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Here at Signature Moments we take a contemporary approach to DJing. By that we mean seamless mixing and no corny chat – we think there’s no bigger party killer than the old fashioned ‘personality’ style DJ who plays terrible music in a random order and makes awful, pointless jokes over the microphone all night.
We can play all styles and genres, and always aim to work with couples to get an idea of the music you're into (and not into!). So, we’re happy to have as much or as little input from couples as you want to give us – it’s your day and we’ll play whatever you want! That said, we’re lucky enough to enjoy a great reputation and so are often booked by couples and just trusted to play what we like. And if left to our own devices, we’ll craft a set of cool, credible party classics from across the board that everyone knows and loves.
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We concentrate on:
Mixing seamlessly and no cheesy mic chat
Using great-looking and sounding kit, and no tacky looking set-ups
Providing a friendly, relaxed, and straightforward service from beginning to end
Freud, 119 Walton Street, Oxford, OX2 6AH
On Walton Street, in Oxford’s historic Jericho neighbourhood, stands the majestic Saint Paul’s. It was the first new parish to be created and its parish church the first to be built since the Reformation. Its opening in 1835 gave administrative recognition to the growing new suburb of Jericho.
Wars and changing attitudes to religion led to a rapid decline, and in 1969, St Paul’s was closed. It stood empty until 1975 when the Oxford Area Arts Council bought it for a theatre and exhibition hall. The conversion was incomplete when the Arts Centre opened tentatively in 1985 but was closed again in 1987.
Finally, in 1988 it was leased out as FREUD - to bring the legendary cocktails of its sister café in London to the people and visitors of Oxford.
With its hauntingly high ceilings and decadent stained glass windows, this old church has now become a favourite meeting place for friends, families and two generations of university students.