Awesome children’s Parties in Cambridgeshire
Children’s parties are the hardest parties I do!
Believe me…they’re a LOT harder than an all-day wedding despite only being a couple of hours long!
When it comes to children’s parties, just leave the entertainment to me. I’ll entertain your child and their guests with a mixture of fun, music and games and make them the envy of the playground.
In fact, you just need to hire the venue, provide the food and add kids….it’s as simple as that!
An Imagine party for the under 11’s is full of adrenaline packed fun and games. I spend more time in front of the DJ booth than behind it, playing games and interacting with the children.
For these parties, I use entirely floor standing equipment to reduce the chance of injury to the guests, plus a mixture of snow (no matter what the time of year), bubbles and fog (subject to safety and venue permission)
Children won’t dance for an entire 2-hour party – it’s a fact of life.
So an Imagine Children’s Disco party includes a whole host of games tailored to the age groups in attendance to keep the adrenaline pumping for the whole party!
The type of games you can expect to see at an Imagine Kids Disco party include:
- Limbo – how low can you go?
- Balloon & Spoon races – it’s like egg and spoon, but a lot harder!
- Space Hopper Racing – it’s fast, it’s furious, and it’s a lot like the Grand National!
- Hoops – can you get into the right hoop on time to avoid being knocked out of the game?
- Musical Clumps – dance until the music stops, and then get into groups of the right number!
- Wipeout – can you jump the spinning rope without catching it!
- Balloon Bursting Relay – yup, you can guess what this one’s all about
- Traditional Games – including musical statues, musical chairs and musical bumps
From a mix of the latest chart hits to the silly action dances and even their own selections, all of the music used at an Imagine Kids Disco party is free of sweary expletives….I’ll only EVER play the radio edits of songs and there’s no deviation from that!
As a general rule of thumb….if, a song has been approved for publishing on a “Now That’s What I Call Music” album, it’s safe to play at a party full of children.
Lights, Music, Action!
Depending on the ages in attendance, you can expect to hear a certain number of “action” dances (and where necessary, I’ll teach them the actions!). These include:
- The Hokey Cokey
- The Cha Cha Slide
- The Macarena
- The Conga
- Chu Chu Ua
- The Chocolat Song
I take the safety of your child and their guests seriously! In my spare time, I’m a local Scout Leader – it means I have to know how to work with children in a safe way.
I hold a Scout Association Enhanced DBS check, which although doesn’t apply to your party does prove that I’m safe to work with kids
Although my policy is not to take photos at a children’s party, I’ve been kindly sent some images of a recent Halloween Ball which I provided the entertainment for (photo credits to Ian (Lennie) Beech). So, here’s an idea of how your child’s party could look!
That all sounds brilliant! How much does it cost?
That’s the all-important question. It costs a lot to run a mobile disco service in this day and age and I try to keep my prices competitive….but still have to earn a living from what I do.
I offer children’s parties for 2 hours (that’s two hours of entertainment, I don’t charge for the setup and breakdown of the equipment)
All parties include games, glow sticks, winners medals (every guest will get one as they’re ALL winners!), snow/bubbles where permitted by the venue and where safe to use, me as your DJ and of course, the necessary sound and lighting for the party.
Weekday party (Monday – Thursday)
Weekday parties are a brilliant idea….your venue is more likely to be available instead of being booked for an adult function and might even be cheaper.
My fee for a weekday party is £150 for two hours of entertainment.
Weekend party (Friday – Sunday)
Weekend parties may be easier to get guests to attend, but can be more difficult to arrange the venue as this is when adult parties tend to happen – please book your venue before booking me!
My fee for a weekend party is £180 for two hours of entertainment
All bookings require a booking contract to be signed and payment of a non-refundable deposit of £50. The balance of payment is due 14 days before the date of your party. Accepted payment methods are Bank Transfer, or Credit/Debit card via PayPal (no PayPal account is required). Sorry, I don’t accept cheques or cash on the day.