"The Roaring Trowmen were a perfect addition to our outdoor wedding celebration, they mingled with guests and really got the party started. They sang beautifully throughout and were just generally a pleasure to be around. We certainly wouldn't hesitate from booking them again.” - Michelle and Toby, now married!
"Just wanted to thank you so much for the songs on the ferry boat on Saturday for Jen & Andy's wedding. You were perfect. And extra thanks for entertaining us while we waited for the ferry, and again as we were getting off. You really were amazing! So many of the guests commented about how much they enjoyed it! - Gordon Howells
"Ahoy! What a great way to start our company party on the SS Great Britain with you guys singing! Massive thank you for dressing the part, we felt like you were part of the crew! Our staff said you were the highlight of the night. So thank you from all the Energist Team. We'd definitely recommend you for similar corporate work!" - Nethleen Williams, Marketing Executive, Energist UK
"Starting the evening off in barnstorming fashion were Bristol-based quartet The Roaring Trowmen. Their half-hour set filled the little hall in Frenchay with the sea-shanties and rowdy humour that have made them favourites on the folk festival scene, and set the scene perfectly. A truly entertaining group… they gig regularly around Bristol, so do go and catch them if you can." - Downend Folk Club
"Many thanks to the Roaring Trowmen for entertaining us aboard the SS Great Britain for our corporate celebration event. Everyone who attended thoroughly enjoyed singing along to the shantys and it was one of the highlights of our evening. They were fantastic with our last minute changes and requests and we would not hesitate to hire them again if we needed to. A real pleasure to work with." - Hayley Dunstan, Executive Assistant
"The Roaring Trowmen produced a set of songs of such authenticity, you could smell the seaweed. Rollicking, rumbustious & ruddy marvellous. One of the highlights of the festival." - Lisa Samuel – Bradford Roots Festival