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Children's Balloon Show

A high impact interactive balloon stage show that will leave audiences with lasting memories! 
Different themes are available such as under the sea, land of oz and a jungle show all will be engaging with audience interaction
Customisation options can include company logo integration and the theming of ballons can represent your company colours
Also, offer workshops for kids to learn how to create balloon creatures and the artists can create beautiful decorations for events
A fun entertainment option based in Sarras, France perfect for large children's parties, corporate family days and theatre productions

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Offering a variety of exciting balloon shows for your event. Choose from a 5000 Balloons show to a 10,000 Balloons show with 1 balloon master, or up to a 20,000 Balloons Show with 2 balloon masters. It is also possible to build an even larger wow-factor show with a massive 50,000 balloons if desired! 

The show will be interactive for the guests. The artists can incorporate children into the show if desired and they are happy to add in client branding such as logos and tailoring the balloons to your company colours. There is also the option to create your company logo out of the balloons themselves! 

Other offerings include kitting out your event space with engaging balloon decorations and also balloon making workshops where children can learn to make simple balloon figures and/or animals to take home with them as a memento.

Based in France, the shows can be delivered in either French, English or Spanish and the artists can also offer walkabout sets and balloon parades, perfect for outdoor festivals!

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