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Living History

History doesn't have to be boring, despite what the Hollywood movie-makers seem to think with their added explosions - and wild inaccuracies! Finding what engages your chosen audience and bringing it to life whilst keeping it factually correct is key to bringing heritage events alive.

Engaging Characters

Getting the party started, keeping the event flowing, letting your audience know what's going on, when it's happening, and where they should be all make a good event a special one. Not everyone wants - or has time - to read a running order when they're busy having fun.

Crowd Control

Making sure people are in the right place at the right time to enjoy your event is an important part of the occasion - having a friendly, authoritative character (with a loud voice!) to act as a guide and announcer really helps your organisers, marshals and security team concentrate on their job without breaking the ambience.

On Stage

There's nothing more confusing to an audience than the changeover between acts, bands or performers. Do they have time to get a drink or go to the loo? Is it finished? Who was that band? With an announcer to keep them informed, people can relax and concentrate on having a good time.

Meet and Greet

Hospitality is key to any event where you're entertaining visitors. Being greeted in-character is great for freeing up your staff so they can ensure everything else runs smoothly. Even something as simple as having someone walking up and down a queue telling them they're not waiting in vain gets the buzz going before they've even entered the venue.

 

Medieval

Theatrical Characters

Victorian
     

Tudor

Wild West

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