March 2014




Welcome to the april edition of the atomic DJ blog.


Things are fully up and running for this year and the month of march was a busy one.


It all began on the 8th March when I had the privileged to provide the evening ¬†entertainment and up-lighters for Matthew and Katherine the new Mr and Mrs Reeve. The reception was held at the lovely Bartley Lodge Hotel and the night was a great success. The night was filled with a broad range of songs from all eras from the 50’s until the present day. The two final songs as requested by the bride and groom were Insomnia and Sandstorm!! What a way to finish and I would like to wish them many happy years together.

"atomic DJ 18th Birthday"

“atomic DJ 18th Birthday”



On the 15th March I headed into Surrey for a rare 18th birthday. It was held at the birthday boys parents own barn. It was a great night filled with as you can imagine all the latest songs with a few classic songs mixed in. As you can see from the photo above the Up-lighters really made room look the part. A great night and massive happy 18th to Drew.

aTomic DJ @ Ramster Hall

aTomic DJ @ Ramster Hall


On the 22nd of march its great to once again work with Mark Parker and the I headed to Ramster Hall for the wedding of Rory and Emma. The start of the evening was hosted by a great local celidah band ” a licence to celidha” who got the night going with some great scottish dancing, I then followed on with a great two and half hour set which went down a storm. It was nice to get this feedback afterwards:

Hi Mark
Please thank tom for being our DJ! He was great and played all the right tunes!

You can check out more testimonials here and on our facebook site.


I finished off a great month on Saturday 30th March at the Potters heron hotel for the 30th Birthday of Jenny Simmons. A great night had by all.


April is looking busy and so is the rest of the year but I still have some free weekends for this year and next so if want the best bespoke wedding entertainment ¬†on the south coast get in contact so we can start planning…


Until next time keep it atomic



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