The Britpop Show, (main pic) aka The Girl From Mars, is available as a slightly off the wall wedding band in two formats: a full narrative theatre show or a spectacular live music event. Loosely based on the 1954 B-Movie classic, ‘The Devil Girl From Mars’, this is a female-fronted sci-fi adventure with a soundtrack ranging from Republica, Oasis, Blur, Pulp, Radiohead, and many more Britpop icons…as you’ve never heard or seen them before. With a variable line up you can choose from a line up involving between one and three vocalists (2 female, one male) and even include 2 or more burlesque dancers. All formats of the show include choreography and props, and for larger shows/venues you can expect a UFO drone, snow effects, and a giant robot puppet. Naturally.
Royal Soul (bottom) is a unique wedding duo playing great pop and soul covers, as well as classics and modern hits from a variety of genres in their own laid-back, but funky style. Anything with a groove, a catchy chorus, or an interesting guitar part is fair game for Royal Soul to do their thing with. This all results in a unique repertoire, spanning lots of eras and styles, meaning that when Royal Soul play there’s always something for everyone. Royal Soul are a duo with a difference. Using an electric guitar, a piano/keyboard, and utilising male/female vocals in harmony, the duo creates an infinitely interesting sound; Royal Soul is the perfect act for creating exciting moments at a corporate event, wedding reception, or party, but can also offer laid-back, soulful background music which refuses to be boring or bland.
In his 20 years of professional performance on the London music scene, Jules Faife (right) has played everything from pop, rock & jazz to flamenco, Indian and Zimbabwean music. In 2013 he produced his first solo album, bringing together those influences and calling on some of London’s top players in jazz and world music. He is an experienced wedding guitarist having played at more than 50 ceremonies and receptions, and has the sensitivity to gauge the atmosphere depending on the size and intimacy of the venue, adjusting volume and dynamics accordingly and
adapting his material to create an unobtrusive and inspiring musical backdrop.
Originally from Lowestoft, England, wedding crooner Nick Allen (left) has been wowing audiences with his effortlessly stunning tenor voice since his schooldays. After winning a scholarship to the prestigious Guildhall School of Music & Drama, he has already established a diverse career as a soloist in opera and oratorio, as well as primetime TV guest appearances singing on The Matt Lucas Show (BBC1), andHarry Hill’s TV Burp. He recently was the soloist for the National Symphony Orchestra, and in 2014 made his critically-acclaimed debut as Frederic (Pirates Of Penzance), and Nanki-Poo (The Mikado) with the official Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company on their UK tour. In addition to his classical career, Nick’s incredible voice and lively personality has now established him as a highly successful cabaret artist.