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Jessie - not her real name - is a dancer at Playhouse and mother of a seven-year-old girl. The Welsh Government said so far its fund has safeguarded more thanjobs but its budget will "only go so far". They are now in the process of making all their staff redundant because they said they can no longer afford to support them with the furlough scheme ending.
Treasury insists 'no gap' in job support for firms affected by Welsh fire break. Strip clubs have been unable to operate for more than two weeks since the lockdown began in March.
What he used to be able to bring in in a month, I would do a few odd weekends, so it doesn't take me away from the kids too much and I would be matching him and we'd be financially stable. We've got children, we've got families to look after.
We had to do everything we possibly could to get another job to bring some form of money in I can't work during the day because I've got. Glenn and Jenny run clubs across the UK. In Cardiff they employ 78 members of staff and around 58 freelance dancers.
Jessie said she has heard about women "getting into dangerous situations" at private parties, where they are "not safe". Glenn said he is hearing of women being booked to attend house parties which has been dubbed 'Stripperoo'.
It has declined to comment on Glenn and Jenny's specific case. There are concerns for the safety of the dancers who are usually protected when working in clubs, due to the closure of nightclubs and bars.
It is not just dancers and managers who have have been impacted by the clubs' closure. It feels like life as you know it as has just ended.
She said the team are "like a family". Glenn Nicie, who owns the clubs with his wife Jenny, said he is concerned the women who work for him could be put at risk finding work elsewhere. That sort of thing is scary.
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He applied to Economic Resilience Fund for a grant but he was told it was rejected because it could bring the Welsh Government "into disrepute". Hospitality sector calling for 'rethink' of 10pm curfew after increase in no shows. Sonia Smith has worked as a cleaner for Glenn and Jenny for 15 years.
The three adult entertainment clubs in Cardiff - For Your Eyes Only, Playhouse and Fantasy Lounge - had to close their doors when the curfew was introduced as the owner said they lost too much business having to shut at pm. Workers at a strip club in Cardiff are warning that there is a growing "underground movement" of dancers attending "dangerous" private parties during the pandemic.