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Category Archives: Wedding Entertainment

wedding dj brian mole

I met Brian at a recent Old Green Barns wedding in Surrey. He’s a thoroughly nice guy, an excellent wedding DJView full post »

southern soul function band

Having met musician Sam Wilson at an East Sussex photo shoot recently, I was interested to hear that as band leader heView full post »

Celebration String Quartet

I met the lovely ladies of the Celebration String Quartet at a Bartholomew Barn Wedding a little while ago andView full post »

cellist-pianist-mike-bacon

Cellist and Pianist Mike Bacon

I met Mike Bacon, a pianist, cellist and cello teacher at my last Trafalgar Tavern Wedding in Greenwich and wasView full post »

the luv nuggets wedding and function band

The Luv Nuggets performed at one of my recent weddings at Farbridge and boy were they fun. Their lead singer wasView full post »

the one night band

I thought I was onto a winner at the Grittenham Barn wedding fayre today with one couple, until they said theyView full post »

pianist simon grand

At the Grittenham Barn wedding fayre today we were treated to piano music by contemporary wedding and event pianistView full post »

dj dave glover

I met Dave, aka DJ Dave Glover, at a Birling Manor wedding. His set up was very professional and he was a really niceView full post »

ld entertainments

I’m always meeting great wedding entertainers on my travels and LD Entertainments offer a broad range ofView full post »

round sounds wedding dj

I met Stephen Brewer of Round Sounds five or six years ago at a wedding fair in Sussex, before meeting him again at aView full post »

sultana rock and roll band

I recently enjoyed the company of the Sultana band members at the SESCA 2012 Awards Dinner in Guildford and having seenView full post »

close up magician greg williamson

I met Close Up Magician Greg Williamson at a Brighton College Wedding recently and it was immediately clear that he wasView full post »