The Singing Waiters Bring Class And Style To Any Event

singing-waitersMost of us have likely attended a wedding reception and a lot of us may have the one or the other story to tell about those crazy things going on at your company’s Christmas party or yearly outdoor barbecue event.

It’s those occasions where your boss may perhaps get really drunk or where your co-worker may reveal secrets to you that you never expected…

While those are certainly events where all kinds of crazy things can happen, most of those parties and corporate events are certainly not what one would describe as very classy.  However, it is an entirely different story when we’re talking about those fancy events that can sometimes come about. I remember the last New Year’s party in my company where our management tried really hard to impress a bunch of potential new clients from China. (They succeeded with this, by the way).

It is such high profile corporate events where you cannot simply hire some local teenager band for your musical entertainment. You need something better and more classy than that. And this is were the singing waiters from London UK can definitely help you out!

So who are the singing waiters?

The singing waiters are what is today known as surprise entertainers. They can perform fantastic flash mobs, surprise party or corporate entertainment but the can also be booked for “normal” wedding parties and receptions. There are many things that makes the singing waiters very special. First, “surprise entertainment” means that they can attend your party in disguise so that no one knows that there actually there. For your guests the may look like normal waiters, until they start singing and dancing to anyone’s surprise. Secondly, the singing waiters are professionally trained and can also perform classic music when this would fit the occasion. (See my above example of the “fancy” corporate party which seem to have a long lasting impression on our Chinese guests).

So if you happen to be a business owner that wants something really special for the next company party definitely consider booking the singing waiters!

Cool & Unique: Driftwood Furniture & Art

Furniture Made From Natural Materials: DRIFTWOOD FURNITURE & ART

We entirely fell in love with Karen’s driftwood art and furnishings!

How about a stunning reclaimed driftwood mirror or an eye-catching coffee table? We found those pieces at Doris Brixham at the website Designer Karen from Brixham wants you to know that she is designing driftwood furniture for more than seven years and she absolutely loves working with this stunning material to create truly unique pieces!!

If you have inquiries about her amazing driftwood art you can always contact her through her web page. Whether you’re looking for a unique coffee table, lamp, mirror or want a reclaimed materials sculpture, you should definitely check out this gorgeous collection.

You can learn more about driftwood at and of course on Karen’s site!

Designer Furniture From Reclaimed Wood

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What makes the creations by UK furniture designer Mac+Wood special is the unique combination of natural reclaimed wood and steel. This is a stylish series for all those who seek something special and lasting for their eating areas indoors or outdoors.
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The hand-selected reclaimed wood with its imperfections gives those creations a very lively and rustic yet modern and stylish look.

The reclaimed wood dining tables by Mac+Wood are available in various sizes but the company can also fulfill custom orders if you contact them.

London Design Museum Will Offer Free Entry After Relocation

design-museum-londonOnce the London Design Museum will have relocated to its new location in Kensington in 2016 it will be offering its permanent collection for free.

UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne said to the press that the museum has been included in the current VAT refund scheme for museum and galleries.

Today, admission to the museum which sits on the River Thames costs £12.40 for adults. The new site will be the Kensignton building. It will have three times more space for its collection and temporary exhibitions. The museum likewise expects visitor numbers to double after the relocation.