One of my most popular destinations to perform at birthday parties is Leicester. Leicestershire is surprisingly large and covers some beautiful little towns and villages. Performing in Leicester and its surrounding little villages is always a real treat for me – and sometimes really pushes my Sat Nav to the limit
More recent detinations have included Anstey, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Aston, Birstall, Blaby, Bottesford, Braunston Charnwood, Coalville, East Leake, Enderby, Goscote, Groby, Hinckley, Ibstock, Kegworth, Loughborough, Lutterworth and Market Bosworth. Melton Mowbray, Normanton, Quorn, Rothley, Sileby, Swadlincote, Syston, Thurmaston, Waltham-on-the-Wolds, Whitwick, , Wigston, and Woodhouse Eaves.
So what does my party offer? Well – I offer 2 different types of parties – all of them full of fun and laughter! My 2 hour party package is my most popular and rightly so, as it offers the most stress free option to parents. All you have to do is organise, the food and cake – and you can leave the rest to me….
We usually kick off with a mini-disco. This is more than just lights and music and letting the kids go crazy for 45 minutes. This is 45 minutes of fun, dancing, quizzes and games, where I give away loads of stickers and prizes. All of the games are full interactive, ‘non-elimination’, age specific games.
After burning off loads of excess energy, it’s time to wind down a bit with some birthday food and blow out the candles on the cake.
Next up is the full 45 minute magic and puppet show extravaganza. This includes, loads of magic, loads of laughter, loads of fun, loads of ‘age specific’ comedy, and a really fun 10 minute puppet act loved by all ages.
The party finishes on a high with all the kids getting a souvenir and the birthday child – loads of extra fuss, just in time to give out the party bags.
If this sounds like the kind of thing you are after, please do not hesitate to contact me on 07934 856 696 or email me on email@example.com for more information.
Whilst we’re talking about Leicestershire here are some interesting facts about Leicester……
In 1841 Thomas Cook organised the world’s first package tour from Leicester – The tour went from Leicester to Loughborough and its success ushered in a new era of package holidays.
Radio Leicester was Britain’s first local radio station when it first broadcast in 1967. Back then, it broadcast for just four hours per day.
The phrase “painting the town red” is said to originate from an event in Melton Mowbray in 1837 where a few loutish aristocratic hunters went out at night to celebrate a day of hunting success, daubed red paint on houses and pub signs. Traces of this red paint can still be seen on some of the older buildings on the High Street.
Leicester also boasts both the highest prison walls and the highest free- standing Roman wall in the UK too!!