A capacity crowd were drawn to the Wolfscastle Country Hotel to enjoy a 2 course meal, along with local entertainment from the female Bella Voce choir and the Fishguard choir before Max Boyce entertained them with his usual comical stories on his passion for rugby and his Welsh background.
One of the highlights of the evening was Max Boyce getting over 200 people standing up waving their hands in front of them and singing Humpty Dumpty as a response to the traditional Maori war cry that New Zealand’s All Blacks haka dance at the start of their rugby matches.
We were delighted to provide the PA system at this very memorial event. We used our EV (Electro Voice) 15” & 12” speakers located around the function room to provide the sound evenly throughout the audience.
We used our Sennheiser radio mics located by the stage area which aloud the MC for the evening, Bill Carne, the ability to roam around when needed. The radio mics also provided the flexibility to move them around and place them in an appropriate position for both of the choirs. The radio mic was also used for a very entertaining auction, this allowed the auctioneer to move around the stage making sure he didn’t miss any bids that were put forward.
The serious side to the evening was the fund raising from the raffle and also the profits from the auction that were donated to the very worthy cause, the Welsh Air Ambulance.
The audience were entertained by the joyful songs of the very talented choirs and full of laughter at the stories told by Max Boyce, all in all it was a very enjoyable evening.