1st call has been surprising and entertaining guests at weddings and special events in Bristol since 2002. During this time we have seen many singing waiters teams come and go but our special surprise act remains very popular here.
The singing waiters’ act is simple but hugely effective, Dressed the same as the chosen venue’s real waiters they pretend to be part of the team, help serve the meal and then at the appropriate moment they suddenly burst into song! They soon have everyone joining in and singing along.
Bristol now has an estimated population of nearly 355,000 so its no wonder it’s hosts many weddings and special events. Events which look to book entertainment for their guests.
1st call entertainment’s singing waiters enjoy performing its surprise musical act at all manner of events including, weddings, corporate events, charity dinners, product launches, anniversaries summer balls and Christmas parties, in fact, any occasion where there is a meal or drinks reception.
Bristol has a wealth of venues to choose from. From the leafy areas of Clifton, Redland and Westbury-on-Trym to the City Centre areas of Montpelier, Ashton and Cotham, We can regularly be found in all these areas.
The Clifton Pavilion (part of Bristol Zoo) – This was the first ever venue 1st call singing waiters performed at!
The SS Great Britain – One of the most historic and famous ships in the world!
We the Curious – The amazing hands-on science centre.
The Bristol Museum and Art Gallery – The city’s museum which includes artwork of local by Banksy.
Bristol Harbour Hotel & Spa – A fabulous new city hotel situated in Corn Street.
Doubletree by Hilton, Bristol North – Popular Bristol North destination for special events
Piano Bar & Bistro at the Bristol Hippodrome – The city’s famous and prestigious theatre
Goldney Hall (& Orangery) – A impressive Clifton venue which is part of Bristol University.
Doubletree by Cadbury House – Situated a short distance from the city.