November 01, 2018
Every year, catering company By Word of Mouth host a Halloween party and last night was no exception. As we wait for the photos to arrive, we thought we'd celebrate their classic Freaky Funfair theme from 2015! The original blog follows this paragraph!
Last night, we were delighted to provide the entertainment for By Word of Mouth’s fabulous promo event in their offices. Working with a Freaky Funfair theme, we had an absolute blast putting together the entertainment and creating a ghoulish party atmosphere!
The night began with our brilliant mime act, Abnormalik, who was in full costume as The Sad Clown. A terrifying prospect, he initially welcomed guests before moving inside and continuing his act throughout the night as a Day of the Dead girl looked on.
Magician Collin was also in full costume, performing fab magic tricks for guests whilst a Fortune Teller proved a brilliant hit predicting the year ahead for many attendees. Meanwhile, a couple of makeup artists were adding face paint to anyone who wanted to enhance their costume.
The Freaky Funfair theme continued with fantastic music from Freight Train, whilst The Sad Clown continued to make his presence known. Not even some candy floss could cheer him up!
Thankfully everybody else had a superb time at what was a great party. Many thanks go to Simon Lycett, Event Concept and Lick Me, I'm Delicious for helping everything run smoothly and By Word of Mouth for having us!
Happy Halloween one and all! If you like what you've seen in these photos and are interested about any of our entertainment acts then please feel free to get in touch using the links below.
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By Henry Fosdike