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Stilt Walking Trees

Incredible walkabout act will bring the magic of nature to your event
Roaming garden themed characters in beautifully unique costumes
Brilliant interactive entertainment with professional stilt walkers
Ideal for festivals, themed occasions, parties, ceremonies and more
Based in Holland and available to perform at events worldwide

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Our amazing tree themed stilt artists will add an enchanting and beautiful touch to your event as they wander through the crowds, towering above your guests in their intricate and original costumes which display all the magic and colours of nature.

Elegant and captivating, these striking walkabout characters will bring an exotic feel to your occasion as they inspire and fascinate your guests, capturing imaginations and offering spellbindingly unique event entertainment.

These brilliant nature themed stilt entertainers can also be accompanied by a delightful fairy roaming character for that extra special touch! Perfect roving entertainment for festivals and street parades, these spectacular stilt walking trees are also an imaginative addition to green events and eco fairs, and will amaze guests at private parties and themed occasions.

Top Tip:
Our enchanted garden characters perform on stilts of around 150cm, meaning they will require a ceiling height of at least 450cm for indoor events. These fantastic stilt walkers can also offer a range of line ups to suit your needs, contact our entertainment specialists today to find out more.

Contact one of our Entertainment Team who will be able to help you book this or any other act on our global roster.

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