Childrens Entertainers
Kids Parties also known as Children's Parties first established May 2004. All our packages and unique party games have been created by us and are exclusive to our popular brand. We strive to offer a
Complete Entertainment Services
If you are looking for entertainment then you have come to the right place! C.E.S stands for Complete Entertainment Services, which is just what we offer. Whether you are planning a Wedding, a Party,
Beach Entertainments
Beach Entertainments has been established for nearly 10 years and is recognised as one of the leading mobile disco companies in Sussex. We provide show-class mobile discos with spectacular lights
Little Peeps Entertainment
We are the top provider of mobile crèche services and children's parties in the Sussex area. If you're planning a birthday party, wedding, christening or any other event; Little Peeps Entertainment
Flaming Fun
Flaming Fun Online Event Entertainment Agency was created in the sunny seaside city of Brighton, by a dedicated team of professional artists working in the events industry. Members of the team are
First & Foremost Entertainment
We have it all. If you are searching for a sensational act, dazzling performance or astonishing entertainment to enhance your corporate event, wedding, civil ceremony or private function. Our local
H2oh! Entertainment
At H2oh! Entertainment we provide acts and entertainers for children's parties large and small. We have lively, engaging entertainers to run fun-fuelled games - whether these are classic party games
Fairy Dust Events
Glitter Disco Party 1 or 2 hour(s) 2 hours (includes break for party tea in between) Our spectacular Glitter Disco parties have been another favourite since our foundation and continue bring. Fairy
Leon Simmonds
Ladies and Gentlefolk, boys and girls, roll up, roll up. Step forward and prepare your minds to be mystified by the Whimsical-Wizard himself, Leon Simmonds. Sussex Magician Leon's magic is unique, in
Joogleberry Acts
Joogleberry's band The Bluejays entertained the guests at a wedding at the Natural History Museum at the weekend, where the father of the bride decided to surprise his daughter with a song. Welcome