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Our Public Performance Schedule

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2.00 – 4.00 PMWembley Park Boulevard, London

Borthwick Castle, Edinburgh, Scotland

“Enter the ancient arched gateway of Borthwick Castle and you enter a hidden world of luxury and majestic style, steeped in 600 years of dramatic Scottish history.”

Broome Park Hotel, Canterbury, Kent

“The historical Broome Park Estate was established during the reign of Charles I and has, as its centrepiece, a magnificent Grade 1 listed Mansion House.”

Chateau de Challain

“Ultimately, the chateau became one of the grandest private French homes of the 19th century. It boasts a wealth of architectural detail, including intricate woodcarvings, Gothic panelling and sculptures, large working fireplaces, and hand painted ceilings. It is situated on a beautifully manicured estate, which occupies one corner of a quaint village. Because of the property’s ambiance and the design of the castle itself, Chateau Challain is often referred to as the “Neo-Gothic Jewel of Anjou” or “Le Petite Chambord.” 

Chateau de Dohem, Dohem, Northern France

“This delightful Chateau has a romantic history; in 1875 Andre Joseph Courtat built a large and beautiful property on the birthplace of his wife. The Chateau has breathtaking views over open countryside and is set in the heart of the Natural Regional Park.”

Chateau du Doux, Dordogne, France

The Chateau, situated at the crossroads of the Dordogne, Lot and Corrèze regions was built by an ambassador to France and designed by one of the world’s leading 20th Century architects Jean-Louis Pascal. Originally built for entertaining foreign dignitaries the French château wedding venue boasts wonderful wood panelled function rooms and spectacular views over the Dordogne valley.

Dorney Court, Dorney, Windsor

The Estate has been the home of the Palmer family for nearly half a millenium, passing from father to son through the generations. Dorney Court is one of England’s loveliest houses. Renowned for its architectural importance and historical significance, there is much to inspire curiosity.  Little changed in 600 years, bar the inhabitants, Dorney Court has a rare and enchanting character.

Eastwell Manor, Ashford, Kent

“Located in the heart of the countryside, the stunning and elegant manor house is an exceptional setting for your wedding in Kent. Set in 3,000 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, this idyllic spot is unrivalled, and the 11th-century country house is the perfect backdrop for you to say, ‘I do’.”

Eden Wedding Barn, Upper Eden Valley, Cumbria

Overlooking picturesque scenery, and set in 100 acres, the exclusive and intimate licensed Wedding Barn will immerse your guests in the charm and character of Cumbria’s enchanting Upper Eden Valley. 

Hadlow Manor, Tonbridge, Kent

“Nestled in the beautiful Kentish countryside between the market towns of Tonbridge and Maidstone, this Grade II listed Georgian manor house is the ideal setting.”

Hayne House, Saltwood Kent

“A family run venue, set in 35 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. Offering you exclusive use of their unique Orangery, former Hunting Lodge with its six bedrooms and a quintessential English garden for your wedding ceremony and reception.”

Hythe Imperial Hotel, Hythe, Kent

“The Hythe Imperial has stood at the heart of the beautiful seaside town for hundreds of years. Replete with Victorian splendour, it offers guests the chance to bask in the coastal air and panoramic sea views while enjoying friendly and attentive service.”

Le Moulin de Chazotte, Cognac, France

“A historic French watermill with a beautiful Charentaise barn, in a secluded setting amidst Cognac vineyards and accommodation for up to twenty people.”

Lympne Castle, Lympne, Kent

“Be transported back to a medieval fairytale dream. This beautiful Grade I building dating back to the 12th century will provide the most perfect setting.”

Marshwood Manor, Dorset

Cross the stream on a living bridge to say your vows in a Victorian Bower in the heart of ancient Dorset woodland with family and friends seated in a mystical amphitheatre created from the trees themselves.

Mount Ephraim Country House and Gardens, Faversham, Kent

“Spectacular views of the gardens and estate, and an elegant sweeping staircase leading into the main hall. Only an hour away from London, it is a very short drive from Canterbury, Faversham, Sittingbourne and Whitstable.”

Port Lympne Hotel and Reserve, Lympne, Kent

“Set within 15 acres of landscaped gardens, the historic Port Lympne Hotel offers incredible views from every bedroom. There are over 760 rare and endangered animals that call Port Lympne Reserve their home.”

Preston Court, Canterbury, Kent

“This enchanting venue is set in a secluded private 600 acre estate in Kent.  Surrounded by ornamental lakes and gardens, Preston Court has many eclectic features including 17th century barnyard, beautiful vintage mechanical organs, carousel rides and steam engines, as well as a unique, magical moated island. “

Solton Manor, Dover, Kent

Grade II listed luxury manor house alongside a contemporary and elegant converted barn, nestled in 10 acres of gardens and grounds with wildlife ponds, woodland and paddocks.

The Pines Calyx, Dover, Kent

“A unique, multi-award winning, zero-carbon venue. Situated in beautiful St Margaret’s Bay, Kent.”

Westenhanger Castle, Westenhanger, Kent

“Westenhanger Castle, stands proudly right here in the Garden of England, minutes from the coastal towns of Hythe and Folkestone.”

Wherstead Park, Suffolk

“Wherstead Park is a beautiful wedding venue located in Ipswich, Suffolk and boasts both a Manor House and Atrium. The glass-topped courtyard is encompassed by the stunning Suffolk countryside.”

These are some of the venues we love performing at

Arcadia, P & O Cruises

“Exclusively for adults – Arcadia’s signature features such as her exterior glass-fronted lifts and expansive art collection, featuring no less than 3,000 works of art, create a sophisticated air.”

Archbishops Palace, Maidstone, Kent

“Formally the fourteenth century residence of the Archbishops of Canterbury. The building still retains many of its original historic features.”

Ashdown Park Hotel and Country Club, East Grinstead, East Sussex

“The Ashdown Park Hotel and Country Club is surrounded by the Ashdown Forest, which according to the famous children’s author, A. A. Milne, is the woodland that inspired his Winnie The Pooh stories.”

Ashford International Hotel, Ashford, Kent

“A fantastic central location, and close to key transport links, this means that guests can get to Ashford International Hotel with ease.”

Auguamarina Hotel, South Tenerife

“A stunning hotel set on the edge of a beautiful golf club, in the sunny South of the island, and facing the Tenerife sea.”

Boisdale, Canary Wharf, London

“A live­ly restau­rant and music venue serv­ing mod­ern British food as well as a whisky bar, ter­race, oys­ter bar & grill and cig­ar library, over­look­ing the city skyline.”

Brompton Barracks, Chatham, Kent

“The Institution was established in 1875 and in 1923 it was granted its Royal Charter by King George V. The Institution is co-located with the Royal Engineers Museum at Chatham, Kent.”

Buxted Park Hotel, Uckfield, East Sussex

“Built in 1722 by Sir Thomas Medley, Buxted Park’s history is as colourful as it is long. Over the years, this luxury East Sussex hotel has played host to movers and shakers including William Wordsworth, Winston Churchill and Marlon Brando.”

Chilston Manor Park, Lenham, Kent

“Over the years Chilston Park Hotel has been home to eminent politicians, writers, lords and viscounts. Today it is a classic British country house hotel in Lenham, Kent with style and charm.”

Cooden Beach Hotel, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex

“Directly on the beach at Cooden in Bexhill. With unique private access to the beach and stunning sunsets, it has the perfect backdrop for your wedding celebrations.”

Cooling Caste Barn, Rochester, Kent

“A beautiful ‘blank canvas’, making the perfect backdrop for your wedding day. You decide how you would like the barns to look.”

Copthorne Tara Hotel, South Kensington, London

“Ideally situated just moments from Kensington High Street, The Copthorne Tara Hotel makes for a mesmerizing wedding venue with a choice of 2 splendid suites. The perfect setting with high ceilings, grand chandeliers and beautiful wood panelling for your special occasion in central London.”

Deans Place, Alfriston, East Sussex

“Originally a vast farming estate, Deans Place became a private Hotel at the beginning of the 20th century. Since then the estate has evolved into the highly regarded Alfriston Hotel and Restaurant, combining heritage charm with impeccable service and tranquillity.”

Finchcocks Oast, Goudhurst, Kent

“The beautifully converted Victorian Oast House surrounded by traditional hop gardens and farmland, is located on the border between Kent and East Sussex and sits within one of Kent’s prettiest Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.”

Folkestone Air Show, Folkestone, Kent

“Iconic aircrafts, including the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and the Red Arrows.“

Folkington Manor, Polegate, East Sussex

“Nestled in the heart of the South Downs National Park, between Lewes and Eastbourne, Folkington Manor (pronounced Fo’ington) has a romantic history and long association with the arts, music and dance.”

The Guildhall, Guilford, Surrey

“The hall itself is Elizabethan, but very probably stands on the site of the medieval Guildhall which is known to have existed in the 1300s.”

Hastings Museum and Art Gallery, Hastings, East Sussex

“Established in 1892, it originally resided in the Brassey Institute, but moved to its current location in 1927 it displays art, culture, and history from around the world.”

Herstmonceux Castle, Wealden, East Sussex

“300 acres of carefully managed woodland with beautiful themed and formal gardens. All surrounding a red brick, 15th century, moated castle. One of the earliest examples of a brick built building in England.”

High Rocks, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

“Situated within the High Rocks complex there are three magnificent oak beamed function rooms.”

Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone, Kent

“Located in Folkestone on the South Kent coast, The Leas Cliff Hall and Channel Suite offer unrivalled English Channel views from an elevated cliff top promenade position.”

Leeds Castle, Maidstone, Kent

“The Leeds Castle Foundation was founded 46 years ago by the last private owner, Lady Baillie, to preserve the Castle, its collections, interiors and estate for the nation to visit and enjoy.”

Mall Galleries, SW1, London

“Mall Galleries is located on the ceremonial route of The Mall, between Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square. Behind the elegant Grade I listed terrace exterior, are three unique, versatile and state-of-the-art galleries, that host frequently changing, acclaimed exhibitions and a number of the UK’s leading art competitions throughout the year.”

Marleybrook House, Canterbury, Kent

“The fairground started with a small number of vintage rides which has steadily grown to the largest private fairground in the UK.”

Nettlestead Place, Maidstone, Kent

“Nettlestead Place Gardens – A truly stunning arrangement of formal and informal gardens set within 10 acres of grounds at Nettlestead Place.”

Oakwood House Hotel, Maidstone, Kent

“Oakwood House in Maidstone, Kent is a grand Victorian mansion set in the heart of Maidstone.”

Oceana, P & O Cruises

“MV Oceana Was built in Monfalcone, Italy. The ship, although smaller than some of the fleet, has plenty of outdoor space for those sunny destinations, and features four outdoor pools.”

Old Kent Barn, Dover, Kent

“Set in an idyllic rural location, there are 2 barns on site; a purpose-built 110ft oak framed barn for indoor weddings and receptions and the original ‘Old’ barn for accommodation which was built over 225 years ago. The barns are set in manicured landscaped grounds and surrounded by picturesque Kent countryside making it the perfect backdrop.”

One Warwick Park Hotel, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

“With its beautiful façade, One Warwick Park Hotel hints at a fascinating history. The main hotel building was built in 1900 for wine merchants, Pugh & Company,as evidenced by the relief of Bacchus, the God of wine, on the front of the building.”

Penshurst Place and Gardens, Tonbridge, Kent

“The House, once the property of King Henry VIII, was left to his son King Edward VI and granted to his forebearer Sir William Sidney in 1552. The Sidney family have been in continuous occupation for more than 460 years since.”

Queen Mary 2 Luxury Cruise Ship, Cunard

“Queen Mary 2 is a remarkable flagship, her style and elegance are legendary. Above all, it‘s the space she offers and the luxury for you to do as little or as much as you wish which sets her apart.”

Quex Park, Birchington, Kent

“Quex Park itself is 250 acres of parkland and gardens plus a further 1500 acres of farmed land, with Quex House and other buildings situated just south-east from Birchington-on-Sea in Kent, England.”

Royal College of Art, London

“No. 1 in the world for art and design (2020 QS World University Subject Rankings)”

Rochester Cathedral, Rochester, Kent

“Wow your guests by inviting them to England’s second oldest Cathedral. It has a maximum capacity of 120 for a concert style set up, 100 for a drinks reception and 90 for a formal dinner.”

Rudolf Steiner House, London

“Rudolf Steiner House is a hub for contemporary culture in the heart of London offering a programme of spiritually oriented events in a unique and stunning architectural environment. They are also the cultural home of The Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain.”

Saga Pearl II Cruise Ship

“Built in 1981 in Hamburg’s Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft shipyard for a German-owned cruise line, the vessel sailed under a variety of names until it was acquired by Saga in 2009 to replace Saga Rose. Saga spent more than £20 million renovating the ship.”

Secret Garden, Mersham, Kent

“A little bit different, quirky, relaxed and fun. Secret Garden has a brigade of talented Chefs who source the finest local ingredients and freshly prepare your wedding Breakfast.”

Siam Mall, South Tenerife

“Siam Mall has a unique offer in fashion, catering and leisure venues, making it the commercial jewel of Tenerife. It offer the best alternative shopping experience for both tourists and residents.”

Swallows Oast, Ticehurst, East Sussex

“Originally built in the 1830’s, Swallows Oast is situated at Gibbs Reed Farm in the heart of rural Sussex. It was converted to a banqueting hall in 1995. The character created by the sandstone & wooden structure evokes a medieval atmosphere – ideal for banquets, weddings and special occasions.”

Swarling Manor, Canterbury, Kent

“Over 80 acres of beautiful Kentish countryside, landscaped gardens and lakes, a collection of enchanting barns and the 17thcentury manor house the grounds surround. An ideal venue to host your most special day, located in Canterbury, Kent, UK.”

The Barnyard, Sittingbourne, Kent

“Nestled in the heart of the Kentish Countryside surrounded by 150 acres of stunning landscape combining rolling hills, natural woodland and romantic apple and pear orchards to wander around, The BarnYard is an enchanting setting.”

The Cave, Boughton, Kent

“Imagine waking up on your wedding day and enjoying a sip of Champagne on your private balcony as the sun rises over the beautiful surroundings, knowing that you have the best day of your life to look forward to.”

The Mark Spencer Hotel, Portland, Oregon, USA

“Opened in 1907 as the Nortonia Hotel, the property became a hit with traveling theatre performers and celebrities looking for a stylish hotel close to the city’s theatre district.”

The Night Yard, Canterbury, Kent

“Set in the Kent countryside, The Night Yard is an unusual venue with plenty of character but with modern amenities. It originally started as a ‘night yard’ housing the dairy herd sleeping quarters and has been transformed into a beautiful wedding venue.”

The Powdermills Hotel, Battle, East Sussex

“The PowderMills is a beautiful Grade II listed Hotel in a restored Georgian Country House in acres of landscaped gardens, lakes, woods and fields within walking distance of the medieval town of Battle, the Abbey and the Battlefields of 1066.”

Tower House, Canterbury, Kent

“Tower House is nestled in the middle of the beautifully landscaped Westgate Gardens.”

The Orangery, Maidstone, Kent

“Nestled within nine acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, with a tranquil lake and tumbling waterfall, it is an exclusive-use wedding venue with endless photographic opportunities.”

Weald of Kent Golf Club, Ashford, Kent

“The Weald of Kent is a delightful and picturesque wedding venue, offering fantastic photographic opportunities and is renowned as one of the best wedding venues in Kent, convenient for Maidstone, Ashford and the surrounding villages of Sutton Valence, Headcorn, Staplehurst and Tenterden.”