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The Gramophone Social

The Gramophone Social

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Kildare

A listening experience that takes you back in time.

Perfect for Weddings, Parties and Corporate Events.

Surprise your guests with the unique and memorable sound of the gramophone. The Gramophone Social brings a vintage touch to your event be it a wedding, party or corporate gig.

Playing genuine original records hailing from the early 1900s to the 1950s, we deliver an experience that will stay with your guests long after the occasion.

In The Gramophone Social, we want to create a listening experience from 100 years ago and bring you back in time. Not only an audio event, the gramophones provide a beautiful display in any venue, with the operator dressed to charm in traditional 1920’s style.

The perfect volume for any reception, guests can chat, mingle or dance the jitterbug! A unique event for Weddings, Receptions and Corporate Events.

Dreamt up by Trevor Gyves, The Gramophone Social consists of two original hand-cranked gramophones from the 1920s era, vintage microphones, 1930s cinema speaker and original records spanning the early 1900s to the 1950s.

The gramophones play 78 rpm records with Ragtime, Jazz, Traditional Irish, Classical and early Rock and Roll.

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