Does your little princess dream of a cute and girly...
Meet me: The Chief Entertainment Officer Emma Kenyon
Real entertainment takes hard work, training and perseverance so that when the performer comes on stage it looks like magic, literally!
Personally I have been in the kids entertainment business now for nearly 20 years! Myself and my team know kids parties and we do them well. We know how to relate to kids as we keep the joyfulness of being a kid alive in ourselves.
My formal qualifications are a degree in drama and dance, a graduate degree in drama education, and then years of experience teaching acting, circus, dance, clowning and stilt walking. Being on stage and giving a standout performance is what I live for Entertainment Emporium kids parties only use committed and professional performers with nothing short of super powers to give you the best experience on your child's birthday or celebration. We know creating happy memories is one of the most important things for a child and a family. And that is what we are dedicated to - HAPPINESS.
All my staff have personally trained with me. They are true professionals themselves. We use actual performers who do this as their living. They love what they do and they do it well. They all have qualifications and vast experience in: Acting, circus, clowning, mime, dance, magic and have also been trained in maintaining and engaging large and rowdy crowds of children!! I also believe that costumes are extremely important to delivering an exceptional experience. Nothing is more exciting to your child when the performer arrives and they look breathtakingly beautiful as the princess or totally magical as the fairy or strong and heroic like their favourite superhero.
By hiring through us we will guarantee ease, friendliness, laughter, excitement, joy and surprise. Why? Because that's the values we live by! And best of all, dealing with us is not a chore but a pleasure and we will always go above and beyond to deliver on our extraordinary super powers.
In our business we practise: