Hang on a second......
What some of you may not know - PRS - The "collection" agency responsible for collecting fees in this country doesn't work in the way you might think.
If we play background music in our theatre - we have to pay them a sum of money - but the sum of money is based on the an estimate of how many people over the course of a year might listen to the background music - PRS are not not interested in what music it is we are playing.
If we have a live performance (Theatre Organ Concert) PRS are only interested in how many people attend - not what the live music is.
How does (for example) the likes of Cliff Richard get some of the money we pay PRS if we decide to play Summer Holiday if PRS don't know we are playing it?
My partner who has been involved in Theatre for 40 odd years tells me that the money we pay PRS is simply distributed amongst whoever is currently in the top 20 UK chart.