Party Time For Kids
Children’s Party & Disco Entertainment
Richard Welsh is a very popular and experienced Children’s Entertainer & Fun Party DJ specialising in children’s birthday parties covering Bournemouth, Poole, Dorset, Salisbury and Hampshire.
He is the ideal choice for your child’s birthday party entertainment with his bubbly personality and likeable manner which makes him hugely popular with all the children. Richard is more than just a DJ. He’s an experienced Children’s Entertainer offering a unique and modern approach to today’s children’s parties that you will find very refreshing.
A typical two hour party led by Richard is 100% interactive fun with a lively mix of games, music and the latest dance routines. He will include your child’s choice of all the latest chart hits available for all the party bopper friends to dance to. All of the games are fun but non-elimination. He has put his own ‘stamp ‘on some traditional games and come up with some new games which the children will really enjoy. All parties are adapted to suit the age group or any requested theme.
Many of Richard’s bookings come from previous customer recommendations. Some of their feedback can be found on either on his website testimonial page or on his current Facebook page.
Richard loves to entertain at kids parties and will do his utmost to make sure your birthday star and friends have a fun party to remember!
All popular themes are catered for inc- Minions-Frozen- Marvels Super Heroes- Star Wars etc
For older children we have the ultimate cool UV/Neon Glow party with the latest glow in the dark lighting. The children will love dressing up in their neon clothes and with some added glow in the dark face paints have a great time dancing to their favourite dance hits.
Based in Bournemouth, Richard provides kids’ parties and children party entertainment with discos in Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch and in the areas of Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire.
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This page was last updated: 11 May 2016