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Bath Singing Waiters special secret surprise for Beautiful Brides.

Bath Singing Waiters
Priston Mill is a wonderful wedding venue, slightly off the beaten track.  Residing near Bath, Priston Mill is no secret, although one of the acts who regularly perform certainly are.
1st call singing waiters surprise act have often had the pleasure to perform at this wonderful venue. They disguise themselves to be part of Priston
Mill’s real waiting staff. They help serve the meal and then suddenly burst into song.
They perform a popular and fun musical selection.
Although they travel all over the country they are particularly looking forward to revealing their secret act this wedding season at both Priston’s Watermill and Barn.

Singing Waiters Bath – Beautiful bride belts out big tunes in Bath

Singing Waiters Bath
A perfect wedding day is determined by perfectly chosen ingredients.  This definitely turned out to be realised for recent newly weds Victoria and Robin.
They choose a venue which is able to boast both elegance and historic character in each measure. The ancient Tythe Barn at Priston Mill in Bath.
Victoria and Robin surprised their wedding day guests by engaging 1st call singing waiters, Michelle, Charlotte and Neil.  Their popular and infectious musical set was captured on film here.
There can be no doubt that the bride was happy with this ingredient of the day as Victoria commented:
“I can’t thank the singing waiters team enough for making my wedding so fantastic. My friends and family are still talking now about it being ‘The best wedding ever’. That 1st call singing waiters were the most amazing thing they have seen at a wedding. I can’t thank or recommended you enough”.
We wish the new Mr and Mrs Maunder every possible future happiness.

Watermill Singing Waiter Surprise

The historic Watermill at Priston Mill, Bath was the chosen venue last weekend, set to host the big wedding day for Jade and Adam. This wonderful wedding venue, set in a truly idyllic location offers two different buildings, in which to hold special occasions, an 18th century Tythe Barn, and an enchanting watermill. The watermill was given by King Athelstan to the monks of Bath Abbey in the 10th century, before becoming the unique wedding venue it is today.

Historic watermill wedding

Priston Mill

The bride wanted to further impress her guests with the choice of daytime entertainment. She booked ‘1st Call Entertainment’s – Singing Waiters’, John and Clare. While the guests were enjoying their arrival drinks, downstairs of the watermill, John and Clare were secretly setting up their PA equipment upstairs ahead of the wedding meal. During the dessert course to the complete surprise of the guests, John and Clare suddenly burst into song and then entertained with a selection of infectious, upbeat party songs.

Knowing that Jade was a big fan of the musicals they also included some fabulous show songs. Jade kindly commented in an email “We had the best time, all our guests absolutely loved it and you got us all up and dancing”.