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Whats the going rate for a childrens party entertainer?

beth3735 Avatar
6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Im looking for either a magician, Disco, or just an entertainer for entertain for 2 hours in a rented hall for my Daughters party.

What would the going rate for for this time? Its teh 1st time I have looked to rent so dont want to be paying over the odds for one.
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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1 Like #1
Several clowns on here for around a tenner :thumbsup:
1 Like #2
We paid £160 for 2 hour entertainment. :)
1 Like #3
we paid £80 last week for hr magician, then had food and dancing and 2hrs were up
1 Like #4
ttc4eva
we paid £80 last week for hr magician, then had food and dancing and 2hrs were up


this-if they are less than 70-80 quid per hour they will be rubbish-good childrens entertainers are not cheap
#5
transit
Several clowns on here for around a tenner :thumbsup:


hehe I wouldnt trust many people on here around kids :)

Marina
We paid £160 for 2 hour entertainment. :)


:o if thats what im quoted I think she will have to deal with a bouncy castle party!

ttc4eva
we paid £80 last week for hr magician, then had food and dancing and 2hrs were up


Thats great, Hopefully if its around this price I can deal with that,

barky
this-if they are less than 70-80 quid per hour they will be rubbish-good childrens entertainers are not cheap


Thanks for the help. At least I know the amount I would be looking at :)

Rep will be added for all xx
#6
Buy a DVD
#7
dcx_badass
You know that £160 for two hours and £80 for one hour is the same right?


I was puzzled by her response to the prices as well. £80 for one hour is fine, £160 for two hours is not fine.
#8
pinkleponkle
I was puzzled by her response to the prices as well. £80 for one hour is fine, £160 for two hours is not fine.


no as i wont be booking a 2 hour job! £80 for an hour is fine £160 for 2 isnt as I cant afford that? how is that odd lol
So food and stuff will take up the other hour
banned#9
We had a good one recently that cost £130 for 2 hours.
#10
i piad £90 for 45 mins - but that was because it was the only one i could find who was available for the date i needed. That was for 30mins of magic and the remainder for shaped ballons.

I would never do it again, as im sure he did less than 30 mins of magic (my fault i guess, as i shud have timed him - and he only gave two choices for balloons - a sword or a dog).

Next time i'l look around a lot earlier to get better prices.
#11
s_paul
i piad £90 for 45 mins - but that was because it was the only one i could find who was available for the date i needed. That was for 30mins of magic and the remainder for shaped ballons.

I would never do it again, as im sure he did less than 30 mins of magic (my fault i guess, as i shud have timed him - and he only gave two choices for balloons - a sword or a dog).

Next time i'l look around a lot earlier to get better prices.


Her birthday party is the weekend of the 10th April so maybe I have left it too late too! I think maybe the 1 hour bouncy castle party is best for this year at only £60 :oops:
#12
ask on your local netmums for recommendations, or there should be a board on there with things like this on :)

I am having a party for my daughter for the first time this year, we have decided on bouncy castle and party games at home and thats stressing me out!! :lol:
#13
same weekend as my daughters too :lol: her birthday on 10th, party on 11th!! Good Luck we will need it!
banned#14
beth3735
Her birthday party is the weekend of the 10th April so maybe I have left it too late too! I think maybe the 1 hour bouncy castle party is best for this year at only £60 :oops:


Have you seen Parenthood? Could be a cheaper alternative.
#15
local paedo will do it for free
banned#16
numptyj
local paedo will do it for free


After some attention today?
banned#17
I will entertain the kids for an hour for £50.

I usually do it with friends children for free x x
#18
beth3735
Her birthday party is the weekend of the 10th April so maybe I have left it too late too! I think maybe the 1 hour bouncy castle party is best for this year at only £60 :oops:



I had a bouncy castle also but needed a magician as well as i stupidly promised one. But im sure youll find something in the price range - i had such a problem as it was summer and everyone was booked and i only had two weeks to find someone as the previous person let me down.
#19
s_paul
i piad £90 for 45 mins - but that was because it was the only one i could find who was available for the date i needed. That was for 30mins of magic and the remainder for shaped ballons.

I would never do it again, as im sure he did less than 30 mins of magic (my fault i guess, as i shud have timed him - and he only gave two choices for balloons - a sword or a dog).

Next time i'l look around a lot earlier to get better prices.


The entertainer at my son's party only offered a sword or a dog. He didn't charge anything just ate a lot of cake. Err, hang on, it was me!
#20
Just booked one here - £210 for 2 hours - defo the going rate in N London - unbelieveable cost!

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