Insurance of costumes?

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Insurance of costumes?

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I know some people who are getting a whole lot of costumes together for ongoing indoor performances, and they need to insure those costumes and props. Any ideas who can help them?

I have tried a search on the other forum, but with no luck. Can anybody point me at the info I need, or maybe post a link here too?


Thanks to anybody who can help.

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Doesn't anybody insure their costumes?

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Ah, love the pussy-cat! I just cross my fingers, but have to uncross them when playing the pipe and tabor!!
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Ooo, you can add or subtract from the original post. Ah, so I can correct my spellling. Useful.

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Mine are covered by existing insurance. This I know for a fact as I had to claim last year..
They are also covered for any damage they may do to other people, which I find is strange.

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