- West Sussex
- South Bucks
- South Oxon
"Thank you so much to Norman the Knight and Princess Crystal for a brilliant party on Saturday, Lola-Mae, William and all the children had a lovely time, I have recieved comments from the parents who stayed saying it was a hit and the entertainers did a great job with the kids, got some funny photos from the tug of war! Thanks again. "
Ms B, Farnborough
"Just a short note to thank you and especially our Snow White entertainer very much for a magical party for my 3 year old daughter yesterday. Our entertainer was fantastic, beautifully presented, enthusiastic and excellent at keeping all the children captivated throughout (with ages ranging from 2-6). It made for a wonderful day."
Mrs Chard, Reading
"Just wanted to say a big thank you to Jungle Jaz for keeping 10 children (and their parents!) entertained for 2 hours this afternoon. Everyone, without exception, commented on how enthusiastic she was and brilliant at keeping the mostly 4-year-olds attention. She worked really hard and my son and his friends had a wonderful time dressing up as animals and generally having just the most fun time. Will definitely be recommending you to anyone who needs entertainment for a party. Thank you!"
Ms Walton, Bordon
"Just a short email to say what a great job ‘Ronnie the Reindeer’ did entertaining the children at our Christmas party on Saturday 12th December. All the children had a really good time and I’ve had lots of positive comments from the parents. It’s not an easy job to entertain 21 children of different ages, but ‘Ronnie’ managed it very well and it left the parents free to enjoy a coffee and a mince pie. Thanks again. "
Nick Davies, The Diamond Trading Company -Maidenhead
"I would like to say the Spiderman party you hosted for my son last month on 26th was excellent. All the children had a fantastic time and so many of the parents have taken your details and I am sure have been viewing your website and hopefully will put some bookings forward. We will definitely be using you again next year. "
Naideeda Ali, Oxford