Good morning Julian
I don’t possess the words to express how UTTERLY FABULOUS your singing waiters were at out wedding on Friday!
Our guests, and of course us too absolutely loved them and our wedding has gone down in family history as being the best event ever. They were simply amazing, just what everyone needed after a rubbish year! We’ve been inundated with calls, texts, photos and videos from our guests saying how great they were and how they loved the atmosphere they created, I really can’t thank you and your team enough
Please pass on my thanks to the two ladies and if you could let me know the best place to leave a review I’ll write one myself and also pass it onto our guests as they’re so keen to leave their praises and thanks too
Very best wishes
Singing Waiters in Gloucester .
The City of Gloucester, with its famous dock and 11th century cathedral, can be traced back to Roman times.
In recent times it has also become a very popular city for weddings and special events.
1st call singing waiters regularly perform their fun surprise musical act in this South West city.
This year will be no exception as our singers are looking forward to surprising guests at all manner of Gloucester venues. These include Eastington Park, Tortworth Court, Manor by the Lake, Kingscote Barn and Egypt Mill to name just a few.
Perhaps you will be surprised and entertained by the guys at one of their forthcoming appearances in the wonderful City of Gloucester.
The prime objective of a bride and groom is, of course, to have “the perfect day”. Without a doubt, this was achieved recently for Gloucestershire newlyweds, Mark and Emma, by booking their perfect venue and perfect entertainment, to both their surprise and entertain their guests.
A spectacular venue
To host their special day they booked Eastington Park in Gloucestershire. Built-in 1815 by a local clothier and mill owner, this award-winning wedding venue is an impressive grade two listed building. It boasts a striking feature staircase, eight acres of gardens including a beautiful walled garden and even its own river!
The perfect day at Eastington Park
The Perfect Day
To entertain their daytime guests they booked ‘1st Call Entertainment’s – Singing Waiters’, Neil and Amanda. Who disguised themselves to be a part of the venues real waiting team. They helped serve the meals and then during the dessert course suddenly bursting into song! They soon created an electric atmosphere and had all the guests joining in, singing along with their special selection of popular and classic songs.
There can be no doubt that these special ingredients made”the perfect day” for Mark and Emma. We wish the newlyweds a big heartfelt congratulations.
It was “full steam ahead “ for 1st call singing waiters, on the weekend.
Singing Waiters Peter, Clare and Elizabeth performed their surprise musical act for the wedding guests at
Perrygrove Railway in Colefield, Gloucester.
The railway runs through farmland and scenic woods on the edge of the Forest of Dean.
The vocalists took the locations famous “mini Train” from the station to travel to the wedding marquee.
Once there they entertained the guests of the happy couple, Louise and Jason, with their special surprise musical act.
1st call singing waiters team commented that, “The train was a fun and unusual way to travel to a wedding marquee and that everyone
certainly had a great time “
We wish the happy couple Louise and Jason every success and happiness for the future.
Glorious Singing waiters, Gorment Menu in Gloucestershire
Our glorious singing waiters Maureen and Dylan recently surprised the friends of the popular TV cookery expert and novelist Prue Leith. After serving the delicious menu at the private Gloucestershire party they suddenly burst into song and performed a fabulous selection of both opera and pop favourites.
“Our party was such a success, largely due to your brilliant singing. Not only do you both have really beautiful voices, but you chose just the right blend of popular and opera favourites. You have the personality to engage and captivate wandering guests. Your good humour and professionalism were fantastic, the way you put up with constant changes in chaotic arrangements on our part. One moment you were setting up in the drawing room, then in the playroom, then outside, and you just went with the flow. You have every right to leave when your set was over, but you stuck around to lend us your mic and amplifier for the speeches and were both charming to all and sundry. It’s worth having another party just to have you back.” – Prue Leith
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