Hi – I am Tony Adams !
I am a gay wedding DJ and civil partnership specialist.
With COVID-19 having disrupted so many events, I am busy taking post-lockdown jobs from June 2021 onwards. Please call early to secure your date.
Should we be thrown back into lockdown once more, I will gladly refund your deposit.
I am not an amateur DJ who spends his week in a stressful day job and deejays occasionally for a bit of extra cash. 100% of my time is devoted to deejaying and
the vast majority of the events I do are either gay weddings, civil partnerships or LGBTQ related.
Many DJs are “Jacks of all trades and often masters of none.”
~ Not me ! ~
I am not an agent either – I only take one job per day. So you will always have my full and undivided attention. This ensures that all my events are the best they can possibly be and flow exactly as you and your partner envisioned. Regardless of whether you and your partner are both male or female, I have many years of specialist experience coordinating, entertaining and advising clients on etiquette. So the only thing you will need to worry about on your special day is having a good dance and a great time!
Still Worried About Your Big Day ?
For most people booking a professional DJ for a gay wedding reception or civil partnership is a new experience. It can be quite a daunting task … I understand that.
Like every other trade there are the good and bad … There are some truly professional discos and others who are complete novices. You have ads in gay magazines and numerous websites. ads in directories, stands at lgbt shows and even business cards pinned to noticeboards at your venue. Plus everyone has a “friend of a friend” who is a DJ.
Where on earth do you for the best ideas about which disco to choose for your big day ?
Frankly, apart from “Are You Free ?” and “How much does it cost ?” – most people don’t really know what other questions they should be asking. And even though price isn’t their main consideration, they use it to pick one DJ over another, simply because they don’t have anything else to go on.
They are blissfully unaware of the new “venue requirements and obligations” such as insurance and electrical equipment tests that DJs are increasingly required to meet.
Whether you use me or another company, here are almost a dozen essential tips on how to go about booking friendly professional DJ entertainment for your gay wedding or civil partnership.
Tips on Choosing Your DJ
Providing the UK’s best gay wedding entertainment
How I work
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140 ideas for your first dance
When only the best will do.