Five Spectacular Acts for your Wedding Day - Wedding Wednesday

February 21, 2018

Many weddings feature stunning venues, a romantic ceremony and a hilarious and touching selection of speeches. Many couples book entertainment at a wedding reception with only dancing in mind; a function band, a DJ or a ceilidh band are all great choices and sure to have everybody smiling. But what if you’d like to book a spectacular act for a short, attention-grabbing performance? Here are 5 sensational ideas for your big day.... "Read More

In Pictures: Ember & Organic Jam @ QEII Centre London

February 20, 2018

The QEII Centre is a venue in the heart of Westminster. A stone’s throw from the Houses of Parliament, you couldn’t ask for a better located venue. With a multitude of events spaces for clients to choose from, the possibilities are endless and we have had acts performing outside on the grass as well as playing tennis indoors. It is only your imagination that may limit the possibilities on offer when booking an event at the QEII Centre.

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In Pictures: Saxophone & Vocals @ Playboy Club London

February 19, 2018

It’s an unfortunate fact that there aren’t too many events in January. As such, there aren’t too many photo blogs. As the cold makes way for the warmth and the sun stays up just a little longer, the parties quickly return and that brings us to this fabulous event at Playboy Club London.

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The English Song with No English Lyrics – Ooh, Interesting! Fascinating Facts

February 16, 2018

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you attempt to imitate a character in your favourite Nordic crime drama but realise you don’t actually know any Norwegian, Danish or Swedish? Or perhaps you’ve attempted a French oral exam without revising and think that speaking gibberish in a vaguely French accented will see you through? If so, this is the fact for you!... "Read More

Throwback Thursday: Skater Girls, Acrochaps & Wandering Hands @ QEII Centre, 2015

February 15, 2018

Was 2015 really three years ago? Amazingly it was! We can still remember the brilliance and the beauty of this spectacular event at the QEII Centre in Westminster, which featured incredible handmade costumes, phenomenal circus performances and everybody's favourite strolling acoustic trio. Enjoy! 

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Controversial Pieces of Wedding Music – Wedding Wednesday

February 14, 2018

When planning your wedding, the choices that you can make for each part of the day are immeasurable. There are simply so many options that it’s not even possible for every wedding planner to run through them all. One area that doesn’t seem to be quite so unique is the wedding ceremony music; many opt for a traditional theme that they have heard before like Mendselssohn’s Wedding March or Pachelbel’s Canon in D. That being said, some of the pieces are a tad controversial. Here’s why!

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Half Term Entertainment Ideas at our London Venues

February 13, 2018

We love entertainment and we love getting children involved in entertainment as early as possible, to be exposed to the experience that it can create! With this in mind, we thought we’d outline just a few of the entertainment options that you can visit at some of our venues this half term!

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Acts for Intimate Dinner Parties

February 12, 2018

The set menu has been selected, the candles have been lit and the guests have arrived. The venue in which you are celebrating the birthday/anniversary/voluntary-redundancy-from-the-job-you-hated is just perfect and the final cherry on top was the brilliant act you chose to help everything feel just a little more relaxed.

Here are a few acts you might want to consider for your intimate soiree.

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How Long can a Saxophonist Hold One Note? – Ooh, Interesting! Fascinating Facts

February 09, 2018

One of our most popular acts to book for events is Wandering Hands, an exceptional strolling trio that features two guitars, a saxophonist and vocals. They play a varied repertoire of current pop hits as well as classic party songs, all delivered in an upbeat manner that make it hard not to love them! But let’s assume that we only had the saxophonist on hand and asked him to play just one note for as long as possible. How long do you think he could hold it for?

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Throwback Thursday - The Phantom of the Opera @ Natural History Museum, 2015

February 08, 2018

In this week's Throwback Thursday, we cast our eye back to 2015 (was that really 3 years ago?) and an absolutely stunning evening at the Natural History Museum. We love this venue because it always delivers exceptional events and this particular evening was no exception. We provided two West End performers to deliver a couple of songs from The Phantom of the Opera and quite simply, we feel Andrew Lloyd Webber should probably look in the direction of Hope the Whale for his next musical. It really was an astonishing place to witness such a spectacle. Enjoy.

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