Anyone can call themselves a wedding DJ, but very few have the skills you need to make your wedding brilliant and unforgettable for you and all your guests.
Everyone always asks ‘What kind of music do you play?’ But for me, making people dance all night isn’t just about playing the music I love, or working through a wedding music playlist – it’s about understanding and loving being a part of the parties that the people who book me want to create.
This understanding comes from years of partying with professional, fun, interesting people. You can read a bit more about my music background. These people are now at the centre of the major events and weddings I play at.
- Headlining celebrity aftershow parties for televised events starring Tom Jones, Mariah Carey and many more
- Weddings everywhere from Scottish islands to Cornish fields, from London’s best hotels and members’ clubs to French chateaus and Turkish beaches
- Corporate events for world-leading companies at venues from the Royal Albert Hall to Villa Miani Rome, and from Brighton beach to Jumeirah Beach, Dubai
- Nightclubs and club nights everywhere from French mountain tops to London crypts
My years of experience have led to many testimonials, a few of which you can read here.
‘Getting people up on a dance floor is easy; keeping them there is a different story. That’s why we chose Mitch for our after party at The Royal Albert Hall. During the evening Tom Jones set them up, but Mitch knocked them down! What a DJ, what a night; I was so impressed I booked him again the next year and for my own wedding.’
Dominic Margetson: executive producer for BBC2 televised Tickled Pink at The Royal Albert Hall.