Preview: Love My Dress Showcase @ Kensington Palace

November 21, 2018


On Wednesday 21st November we are delighted to announce that we will be taking part in the wedding showcase at Kensington Palace with Love My Dress. It’s sure to be a wonderful evening and we will be providing a whole host of wedding entertainment for the occasion.

As ever with showcases, it is all about the suppliers coming together to show off their particular skillsets. In our particular case, we will have no less than four fantastic entertainment acts for guests to enjoy including strolling entertainment, dance entertainment and the finest staged entertainment.

Assisting us in our endeavours will be the ever wonderful Wise Productions who always ensure that our musicians and dancers sound as good as they possibly can! The amazing Blue Strawberry will be on hand to make sure that nobody goes hungry whilst By Lumiere are guaranteed to astonish with their stunning photography.

Other suppliers that we have to thank will be The Wedding GalleryAnanya Cards and Great Hire who are the unsung heroes of hundreds of weddings a year. Feel free to click their company names to see their high quality work. You might just want to use their services if you are looking to tie the knot in 2019!

In terms of the wedding entertainment that we are providing for this showcase, we have booked Wandering HandsFrobacksJack Pack and a cellist, all acts that we are confident will hugely impress those strolling between the King’s State Apartments and the Pavilion of Kensington Palace.

Wandering Hands need absolutely no introduction having performed at hundreds of weddings and events across London, the UK and the world since their formation. Hugely popular, their rotating ensemble of musicians always ensure a lively selection of songs from which small pockets of guests can select their favourite hit. Strolling entertainment doesn’t get much better!

Frobacks are a dance troupe that primarily perform as a five-piece but are also able to appear as a quartet or trio. Combining superb choreography with infectious smiles and outrageous circus skills, they have taken the events industry by storm over the past twelve months since their debut at our Café de Paris showcase. We can’t wait for you to see the boys live!

Jack Pack are also a sensation since their phenomenal performances on Britain’s Got Talent back in 2014. Since then, they have become one of the finest entertainment acts on the circuit performing at some of the beautiful venues throughout the UK. Wonderfully charismatic and with voices to die for, we think you’ll love them!

Our final wedding entertainment act at for the Love My Dress showcase at Kensington Palace will be a sensational cellist, which certainly makes for a perfect background accompaniment at a drinks reception or networking event. Able to play a number of different styles, we highly advise you take the time to watch her at work!

We simply cannot wait for the showcase at Kensington Palace and our final thanks has to go to the team at Historical Royal Palaces for making it all possible. The people behind other top London venues including Hampton Court Palace, Banqueting House and the Tower of London, we love the HRP team and highly recommend booking one of their venues for your next event be it private, corporate or a wedding.

 

 




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By Henry Fosdike