|They start chatting. When Danny finds out she is a singer he becomes interested. After Kate has sung for him, he is persuaded to go to her gig at a seedy London club [Give Me An Inch]. After seeing her perform, Danny sets about persuading her that she should ditch her band and that he should be her manager.|
|However, Kate is insistant that she doesn't want a manager as that
would be conforming with the machine.
"Do you want to sit outside toilets for the rest of your life"
|After the gig Danny persuades Kate to drop her dead-beat band and sets about helping her to recruit a new one. Unfortunately, the newspaper advert goes out a week early and Kate is woken up early one morning by a stream of hopefulls.|
|Most of them are awful, but the sax player Ken (Jonathan Pryce) is brought in despite being half deaf and a herion addict.|