GAME SHOW – is an afternoon TV style kids show where the host delivers the laughs and leads the party through a variety of fun. Everyone is involved no one misses out.
The guests at your party are split into 2 even teams. Those teams then go head to head in up to 15 games such as “Snot Catcher”, “When Ninjas Attack”, “Jelly in the Belly” and “Mars Attacks” to name a few. Some games allow for one member of each team to compete in front of their friends, others are for several kids and others have the whole group competing in some of the most fun games you’ve seen.
Our hosts arrive 30min prior to the event start time to set up and then commence the events. Around the half way point of the party the children have a break for food and drink while the host cleans up the mess and prepares the second half. At the end we will bring all the kids together to lead them in singing Happy Birthday while the cake is cut. Our hosts are highly trained and will use their experience to adapt the exact structure to ensure that each party is the best party for the guests attending.
1.5 HoursGame Show Package
We really do prefer indoor locations for the Game Show parties. A few of the games use paper products that are much easier to control inside as they can be caught by the wind if outside. Also, the game show requires a sound system which must be kept out of direct sunlight to operate efficiently.
If you don’t have access to a suitable indoor location then an outdoor space can be used but that outdoor space must have sun protection and shelter from the wind. Also, please do refer to our wet weather policy in case of rain.
As some food is used in some of the games it is a good idea to notify your host of any food allergies that your guests may have.
It is also a good idea to inform your host if any of the guests have special needs. These can include ADHD, autism, aspergers, down syndrom and other behavioral conditions. While our events are designed to be inclusive for all, there are times when awareness of children with these conditions can allow the host to temper their performance sightly, particularly when interacting with those children, to ensure they feel safe and included.