"We approached The Set Guise with the vision of creating a kebab shop themed Sam Fender pop-up store. They certainly made our vision come to life, working tirelessly on a tight deadline to build a unique experience for Sam's fans, all with our ideas and budget in mind and our best interests at heart. We were incredibly pleased with the end result and would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a professional, friendly service."
Steph James - OD Management
"We were fortunate enough to meet Anthony and Richard, collectively known as The Set Guise, whilst having another meeting, it was a very fortuitous day for the Sir Graham Wylie Foundation. We were organising our inaugural Halloween Spectacular fundraising ball. We had in our minds what we wanted it to look like, but that is where it stayed. One meeting with The Set Guise and they took our ideas from our minds and conjured up a mood board that brought them to life. We could not have wished for better. So good to work with, they made nothing a chore, always a pleasure to see them and capture some of their amazing energy. We will certainly continue to work with Richard and Anthony, if fact we have already started on next years event. They helped us, in no small part, to raise £150K on the night to help, educate and inspire children of the North East."
Angie Jenkison - CEO of the Graham Wiley Foundation
"I used The Set Guise to help me create the wow factor for a client’s Day of the Dead themed ball. I was delighted from the start that they completely understood the brief and were able to come up with some incredibly imaginative options, expanding on my original thoughts to show me what was possible. The results were stunning and far exceeded my expectations. The client and the guests loved the dramatic entrance which The Set Guise created which was a talking point for weeks after, along with the Mexican style cantina they made for me. There was the added bonus of them being a great company to work with and nothing seemed too much trouble. Can’t wait to work with them again."