Singing Waiters Neil & Amanda were entertaining gourmet style at Marco Pierre Whites in Nottingham.
1st Call singing waiters Adam and Simon were a picture, dressed as the waiters and waiteresses at Kitley House, near Plymouth.
This fine venue is a 500 year old country house is set in the heart of the South Devon countryside. It has has been recognised as a place of outstanding beauty and because of this has been featured on television and in many films.
Our singing waiters sprang the surprise on the unsuspecting guests, and delighted evenyone involved.
Singing Waiters in Plymouth
Even the Bride, who had booked us, couldn’t work out who the Singing Waiters were.
It wasn’t until they sprung the surprise after serving the desserts that the singing waiters were finally revealed.
As always the table at the back were the most raucous, which only added to the fun.
Everyone was on there feet for the last two songs and ended with big cheers all round for the Singing Waiters
Accountancy firm BDO had staff from all over the world at their annual conference.
They were very surprised by the singing waiters who were dressed exactly the same as the venues own staff and burst into song as desserts were served.
It’s been an exciting summer for 1st Call Singing Waiters, with teams out all over the South and West of England and Wales. We were delighted to be chosen by Honda Cars to help launch their new Honda Jazz, for Honda Bristol, Bath and Cardiff.
Four of our teams were out on the same evening at showrooms in Brislington – Bristol, Cardiff, Cribbs Causeway – Bristol and Bath.
1st Call’s Singing Waiters surprised and entertained hundreds of Honda customers at their showrooms. This was ahead of the exciting unveiling of the Honda Jazz!
Scott Smith, Dealer Principal at Cardiff Honda who booked the singing waiters commented …
…could you pass on my gratitude to the team that sang for my customers, they were fun, energetic and interacted with my customers brilliantly.
Since our event we have had some fantastic feedback from the customers who attended, all of them commented on how much they had enjoyed the “Singing Waiters”.