The Three Waiters

Corporate Entertainers

The Three Waiters, Mark Bradley and Darryl Lovegrove, established 'Mardar Management' a unique concept. The act involves hoaxing as real waiters before eventually grouping from three talented opera singers. Each performer actually works the floor as a waiter for some time before the performance begins.

"They are absolutely great" Luciano Pavarotti

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  • Entertainment (Humorous, Spontaneous)


They present in English.

How they present

The Three Waiters performance involves them dressing up as real waiters before joining together to form three talented opera singers. Subtly, the performers infiltrate the function. Their act detracts from the somewhat serious element of opera but adds some fun, spontaneity and surprise.

In Detail

One of the most successful corporate entertainment acts, having performed over 8,000 shows in 71 countries, The Three Waiters involves three talented singers posing as waiters or service staff at an event before unleashing a dynamic show in the style of The Three Tenors. Over the last 20 years they have been involved in the show business, opera, musical theatre, rock and opera and in films and television.

What they offer you

The Three Waiters are unique in their industry and have become one of the most sought after acts on the national and international entertainment circuit. This energetic trio cannot fail to be an instant success at any corporate event and because of the vast repertoire and experience of each of the performers the act can be customized to suit any event.



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