BRAVO! Singing Waiters
A team of professionally trained singers who guarantee to add that extra 'something' to your wedding or event. We are able to offer you a few different options of singing style to suit your needs and the occasion Bravo Singing Waiters can supply Opera Singers, Rat Pack style swing, Selections from West End and Broadway show tunes as well as our ever successful 'Popular' singing waiters with their selection of pop songs, and standards to please everyone.
(photos by David Nash)
Singing Waiters - Singing Chefs - Singing Policemen
Our 'Singing Chefs' make an appearance to receive 'thanks' from the guests for a wonderful meal and then, suddenly, serenaded the whole room.
Our 'Singing Security Officer' has been known to make an announcement on the PA to highlight that someone has parked in the wrong space and asks the guilty person to step forward...suddenly the warden sings 'Baby you can drive my car...'
Two policemen walk into the room to arrest the MD at the end of his after dinner speech...A nurse quickly attends to a fainting 'guest'....A fireman, complete with water bucket & extinguisher, interrupts the wedding...who knows when and how 'BRAVO' will make their entrance?!
28th Feb 2014. A most wonderful night at the Bristol & Somerset Wedding Awards with Robbie Burns & Leah Farmer where we won the award for 'Best Wedding Entertainment' !! Fantastic
We go to the nicest places!!
Bravo Singing Waiters certainly get to sing and perform at some of the most exclusive venues in the country. Just a few days ago we had singers at both 'The Waterside Inn' at Bray AND 'Burgh Island' Hotel in Devon. It doesn't come more special than that. Our picture shows Bravo Opera Singers Dylan Cheasley & Maureen Whycherley with the Internationally renown Michelin chef and restaurateur Alain Roux.
A big thank you to the staff of 'The Waterside Inn' for the superb hospitality shown to our singers...its a night they will remember for a long time
BRAVO WAITERS HAVE FUN IN A 'DRAGONS DEN'
What a NIght! We were delighted to have been a part of Duncan 'Dragons Den' Bannatyne's charity ball at the stunning Charlton House in Shepton Mallet.
The beautifully dressed marque was packed with generous fundraisers including fellow 'Dragons Den' Deborah Meaden and the fabulous pop star Sinitta.
The singing waiters set went down a storm and got the guests onto their feet & dance floor The waiters were followed by a talent new boy band called Re-Connected who are sighed to the Bannatyne label.
Hope lots of money was raised for the Bannatyne Charity Trust.
SINGING FIREMEN ! (Now that is HOT News)
Our singing 'Firemen' were recently launched at 'Killer Heels' - a prestigious Charity event in Aberdeen.
The lads were especially commissioned to bring the WOW factor into the afternoon and get the party started. After an initial dramatic entrance featuring sirens and bells, the boys performed a 'Hot' routine of disco & pop favourites. Later that night they returned to perform a steam hot cabaret in the style of 'The Full Monty'...keeping covered at all times naturally!
The finale was a choreographer routine to ' You Can Keep Your Hat on'.The Act was so well received we are keeping it in our menu of options.
If you would like an act that would light up your event...our singing Firemen are the boys !
POSSIBLE NEW BRAVO SINGING WAITER?
After singing at a fantastic corporate awards night in Gateshead our singers were relaxing over breakfast next morning when who should walk into the room...only Mr Alfie Boe himself!
After a brief and friendly chat with our girls Leah and Laura it became obvious that he was not there to audition for us...shame. He even offered us tickets to his concert that night !
What a really nice and friendly super star.
(Leah Farmer & Alfie Boe)
If after looking through our site, you have not found what you require, please feel free to call us on 0844 332 0129 (Local Rate) - 01278 556220 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our sales team will get right back to you.
Thank you for your interest - The BRAVO! Singing waiters