What
  • Acapella Group
  • After Dinner Speaker
  • After Dinner Theatre
  • Balloon Modeller
  • Band
  • Barbershop Quartets
  • Barn Dance
  • Belly Dancer
  • Bouncy Castle
  • Brass Band
  • Bubbles
  • Burlesque
  • Caricaturist
  • Children's Magician
  • Childrens Entertainer
  • Circus
  • Circus Skills
  • Close-up Magician
  • Clown
  • Comedian
  • Compere
  • Corporate Entertainment
  • Cover Band
  • Discos
  • Face Painting
  • Family Entertainer
  • Fire Eater
  • Fun Casino
  • General Entertainer
  • Hypnotist
  • Impressionist
  • Jazz Band
  • Juggler
  • Karaoke
  • Licensed Character Appearances
  • Live Animal Party
  • Lookalikes and Soundalikes
  • Magician
  • Majorette
  • Mime Artist
  • Mind Reader
  • Musicians / Bands
  • Opera Singer
  • Orchestra
  • Palmists And Clairvoyants
  • Photo Booth
  • Pianist
  • Punch and Judy
  • Puppetry
  • Quiz Nights
  • Santa For Hire
  • School Entertainer
  • Sideshow Games
  • Singer
  • Soul Band
  • Stage & Cabaret Magician
  • String Quartet
  • Temporary Tattoos
  • Trade Show Performer
  • Tribute Band
  • Ventriloquist
  • Wedding Magician
  • Wind Band
Where

Mr Boom – the children’s one man Band from the moon, arrives on planet earth in an imaginary space ship of sound and light. Over the past 18 years the space ship imagination has landed in schools, theatres, tents and fields throughout Britain and he’s been spotted as far around the globe as Tokyo, Vancouver and just this century down under in Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne.

Truly unique children’s entertainment, at times educational, always entertaining and truly a delight for youngsters. Meshing song, dance and a high level of audience participation, Mr Boom’s experience shines through … The Adelaide Advertiser

Always game for spontaneous banter Mr Boom invokes wholehearted, uninhibited participation in his hour long musical show which sees children (and many grown ups) impersonating sea gulls and crocodiles and forming planes and trains that fly and chuff around the stage and among the audience. ‘Do you fancy having a wee dance ? asks Mr Boom. The children dance in pixie rings and like planets going around the sun before waving goodbye to the musical moon man’s imaginary spaceship.

he is doing something special, because the children love him. Hundreds of them recognise in his gentle playful simplicity, something of themselves, ….The Scotsman.

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