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Skinny Bean - Clown | London

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Country: United Kingdom
Based In: London
Performs: Within 50 Miles
Fees: £150 -£250 for one or two hours depending on distance to gig.
Perfect for your Children’s Birthday Party, Special Event, Community Day, Family Fun Day, Christmas Party etc.
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Show Description

Skinny offers either a one or two hour party with his Show plus Balloons, Games and Dancing.
The Show is an Hilarious mix of Circus Skills, Magic and Comedy.
Including:
Skinny’s Collapsing Chair,
Skinny’s extra long Plate SpinningSticks,
The Diabolical Diablo,
The Razor Sharp Juggling Clubs of doom
Skinny’s mysterious invisible dog, woof!
Generally th ...

Biography

Skinny Bean started out in 1992 entertaining the queue lines for Madame Tussaud's and has since gone on to have a very varied career entertaining for a wide selection of clients: Butlins, Disney, Warner Brothers, Legoland, The London Eye, Chessington World of Adventures, etc etc.
In demand from the top entertainment companies, Skinny is a top class children's entertainer.

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Suitable for

Wedding Reception Entertainment Birthday Party Entertainment Private Parties Corporate Events Cocktail Receptions Christening Entertainment Product Launches Trade Shows Christmas Party Events Bar Mitzvah Bat Mitzvah Gala Dinners Jewish Weddings After Dinner Entertainment.

Additional Information

PLI of £10 million
Enhanced CRB

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