Children’s Entertainer Winchester | Great Birthday Parties


Childrens entertainer in Winchester

Hilarious slapstick magic show with party games and Bonkers the monkey. Ensuring parents a stress-free and memorable celebration without the hassle of planning – let the magic begin while you relax.



I run the whole two hour party. Relax whilst I handle the whole 2 hours.


Magic, puppets, and party games seamlessly woven together for constant engagement.


Consistently 5 star rated for your reassurance.

Halls to hire for Children's Birthday parties in Winchester

I've been to numerous halls performing at children's birthday parties in Winchester. Here are some I've personally been to and recommend.
Address and Phone Format Littleton Millennium Memorial Hall The Hall Way Littelton Winchester SO22 6QL
01962 888419
The Log Cabin - 11th Winchester Scout Group The Log Cabin Stockbridge Road Fulflood Winchester SO22 6RH
All Saints Church Hall All Saints Church Hall Petersfield Rd Winchester SO23 0JD
01962 435003
Holy Trinity Winchester Holy Trinity Winchester Upper Brook Street Winchester SO23 8DG
01962 810223
St Faiths Parish Hall St Faiths Parish Hall 10 St Cross Back St Winchester SO23 9SB
07850 231497
Sparsholt Village Hall Sparsholt Village Hall Woodman Ln Sparsholt Winchester SO21 2NR
01962 776129
Itchen Abbas & Avington Village Hall Itchen Abbas & Avington Village Hall Main Road Itchen Abbas Winchester SO21 1BQ
07494 094983
East Stratton Village Hall East Stratton Village Hall Church Bank Rd Winchester SO21 3DU

Childrens entertainer Winchester- Hat Fair

Winchester Hat fair

Winchester Hat Fair

This weekend I visited the famous Winchester Hat Fair, and what a joy it was! Being my first time at the event I wasn’t sure what to expect. Roars of laughter and smiles greeted me as soon as I entered the park. Here was an arena of street theatre for the whole day, a feast of entertainment, and I couldn’t wait to get stuck in. To make it even better, the weather was beautiful.

Being a chilldrens entertainer Winchester, I knew I could learn a few things from my day in Winchester. These performers had to keep a mixed blend of spectators from all ages amused for a whole 40 minutes. There not paid so they only earn what it tipped in the hat at the conclusion of their performance. If an audience member walks before the show finishes, so does the performers tip. This makes for a more engaging show with all the theatrical elements of performance thrust upon us. Keeping the parents entertained whilst engaging the kids is a fine balance but most of the acts seemed to grasp it perfectly. Things were made that little bit more tricky with the scorching heat.

So what did I learn by being on the other side of the fence, being the entertained as oppose to the entertainer? Well at one point I was pulled up to be a part of the show. A backing dancer for the fantastic Lords of Strut! I realised just how much more fun a show is when an audience member is involved, for me as the invited guest and for the audience chuckling at my mishaps. I always knew the importance of audience participation but now have a newfound appreciation for this element of the show.

I was thoroughly entertained throughout the say. Who knows, I may will be one of the ‘mad hatters’ next year!