Scotland is the only country in
the world (yes you read that
correctly) which has banned
music in public settings.
Where's the scietific backing? If
music is so dangerous, other
countries need to know.
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|DJ Graham is a top rated Glasgow Wedding DJ with over 10 years experience of being a DJ at Weddings, Birthday Parties and Corporate
Events at some of most prestigious venues in Scotland.
I am also able to provide Mood lighting, photo booths and LED dance floors in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Ayrshire and Lanarkshire to
transform your evening from a great night into an unforgettable extravaganza.
Whatever the occasion or event, 5 Star Discos can cater a whole range of music, sound and lighting options to suit any taste. Being the highest rated
Scottish DJ in the DJ Mark Award system, I have hundreds of satisfied clients who have had their night transformed. But don't take my word for it,
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Disheartened that this far into the Covid situation we are still subject to arbitary rules such as limit to guest numbers at
weddings and no music with no consideration given to how many guests the venues can safely accommodate.
Meanwhile a London west end theatre, which I would presume is harder to keep safe with the amount of touch points
and lack of windows, is allowed to operate at over 50% capacity. There seems to be no balance in the regulations and
the Wedding industry is getting an exceptional raw end of the deal which is affecting so many couples. My hope is that
this can't go on unchallenged and common sense will prevail in the near future.
Any requests of change to venue/date should be made to me as soon as possible to check availability. The current
terms and conditions of your contract are still in place unless your date falls within the current government guidelines in
which case you will be contacted if we haven't already been communicating.