Thursday, May 30, 2024

The UK’s number one children’s entertainment company, Captain Fantastic, starts Lincolnshire parties

For the last 14 years, Captain Fantastic have entertained over 3 million children across the UK and this latest expansion will mean that parents and children in Lincolnshire can experience a Captain Fantastic party first hand.With 11 different party types, ranging from princess, pirate and superhero to disco, spy and challenge, Captain Fantastic parties cater to all types of children.The iconic Captain Fantastic Superhero parties are full of magic tricks and interactive games from start to finish. Alternatively, the Science Parties are a fantastic way to capture children’s imaginations by showing them some truly mind-blowing experiments alongside plenty of bubbles, fun and games.Children also have the choice of joining Pirate Pete or Pirate Polly for an epic pirate voyage across the seas. Captain Fantastic have recently introduced Princess Parties. A Princess Party is the perfect way to capture the imaginations of young guests, with plenty of entertainment for princes and princesses aged 3-7!Captain Fantastic also caters for older children with their epic disco and challenge parties. In a digitally distracted world, they help children to return to real life. Their discos are far more than just DJ hire; every one of their children’s discos is fully interactive and their epic parties come with state-of-the-art disco equipment and plenty of bubbles.Captain Fantastic has been featured on major UK news networks, including the BBC and Sky News. They were even the first company to offer remote learning and parties during the Covid lockdown. They continue to offer a range of virtual parties today so children don’teven need to leave the comfort of their own home in order to be thoroughly entertained.Daniel Ferguson, Lincolnshire franchise owner, has said: “After a couple of years of working as an entertainer in Cambridgeshire, I moved to Lincolnshire with my partner to kickstart my very own Captain Fantastic Franchise. It’s been an incredible journey so far. I still have the flexibility to take on acting gigs and have support across the whole company whenever I need it. This is a truly remarkable opportunity, and I am so excited to see what the future holds!”Tommy Balaam, CEO of Captain Fantastic, has said: “I started Captain Fantastic because I believe in quality entertainment and wanted to create something unique and special. As the father of girl and boy twins, I know the magical feeling that comes with keeping them entertained. I therefore wanted to offer a service that could ensure all children felt that sense of magic at parties.”Captain Fantastic have recently launched their own YouTube series – Captain Fantastic’s Adventures. The series aims to present children with a new type of learning, combining education and wellbeing advice with fun and laughter. Join Captain Fantastic as they explore family-friendly destinations, bringing joy and excitement straight to your screens. Check it out here:

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