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If the Government impose restrictions on gatherings, there is a second 'lock down'.
You can move your party to another date up until the end of 2021 or receive a full refund!
Like a coiled spring Krazy Kev is ready and set to entertain at
Parties and Events again here are some extra measures that will be put in place to ensure the safety of everybody attending.
Extra Measures / Frequently Asked Questions
Krazy Kev now offers time slots for his Birthday Party Packages these have been carefully thought out to not only allow more time between parties and events to clean equipment and to take as much precaution as possible but also to allow for the added set up and pack away times.
The start times available are 10.15am, 12.15pm, 2.15pm, 4.15pm or 6.15pm. These have been carefully thought out so your party runs smoother. For Example if you had 12.15am Krazy Kev would finish at 1.15pm for the children to have their lunch. If it was the 2.15pm slot they would have more of a snack Birthday Tea at 3.15pm and the 4.15pm slot would finish at 5.15pm so this would be more dinner time and so on. Krazy Kev is normally fully booked most weekends however on occasion there can be some flexibility depending on location etc.
Unfortunately at this time Krazy Kev has made the decision not to include the 'Magic Rabbit'. This has always been a firm favourite with the children but it is currently not safe for them to be stroking the rabbit at this time.
Are you only offering 60 minutes?
Currently we are only offering a 60 minute package options. This was something that Krazy Kev had started to put into place in March before the 'lock down'. This worked really well to have the entertainment side of the party then the children can go off and wash their hands before the Birthday cake and food part of the party. This also works well if you are using a smaller hall that doesn't have room for both the entertainment and the tables to be set up at the same time.
How would you recommend I run my party?
This is up to you most people have opted to have a 90 minute party where they invite guests for example at 10am, Krazy Kev starts at 10.15-11.15am then there is 15 minutes at the end of the party for you to do the Birthday Cake and give the children a drink / snack if you wish. Some have stuck with the typical 2 hour party for example 12-2pm
with Krazy Kev doing 12.15-1.15pm followed by food and birthday cake, then allowing time for the children to have a run around. Where others have simply had an hour party in their back garden (weather dependant, please see below).
Limit on Numbers Attending
Remember that the Government have restricted the number of people that can attend so please bare this in mind when inviting your guests. You could encourage parents to drop off and collect their children which would lower the risk. This would also prevent there being extra siblings present.
Party Food & Drink
As mentioned above the new re-worked packages work really well to do the food after the entertainment with some parents even going for the option of not doing food at the moment or getting children to bring their own packed lunch and drink. Other ideas are individual boxes for each child or even a pizza from the local takeaway.
All New Show!
Krazy Kev has an all new fun packed show so the children will enjoy it as much as they ever did! This has been put together with safety in mind. But the children won't even realise anything has changed and Krazy Kev will always keep things as "normal" and as CRAZY as ever!
Do you still offer parties in houses.
Yes, however only in a large garden area if there is clear 'side' access to enter. Krazy Kev is not performing inside peoples homes at the moment. One other thing to bare in mind is that if there is bad weather on the day and the entertainment can not take place the full fee is still payable.
A large hall would be the preferred venue.
Scattered Balloons on the floor is not a great idea normally now probably more than ever.
If you have any other questions please feel free to get in contact. For the latest advice from the Government please click here: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus