Game Show Hire
- Unique and Engaging Entertainment
- Popular Game Shows Include Family Fortunes & The Generation Game
- Up To 2 Hours of Entertainment With Every Package
- Bespoke Games Designed On Request
- Experienced Host With TV Credits & Nearly 3 million YouTube views.
When you’re booking entertainment for any event you want something unique that’s going to entertain and engage your guests, which will put the cherry on the cake with making your event a huge success.
Booking the wrong type of entertainment can make your event fizzle out with a disappointing end, as the evening can be handed over to a Butlins reject, who comes armed with cheap gags and tricks, giving your guests an overall bad experience of your whole event.
That’s why we have developed a series of unique entertaining and engaging game show options, ranging from quizzes, team and comedy games. The host of the game shows is experienced TV presenter and Master of Ceremonies Kevin Durham, with credits including Fox, Warner Brothers, Universal Pictures, Ford, BSI and many more.
Get in touch today and find out how we can make your event finish in a way, that your guests will remember for a long time to come.
Team Game Shows are not only great for entertainment, as they involve several people playing at once, but it’s also great for team building within an organisation.
If you’re looking for games that have the maximum entertainment value then look no further than our Comedy Game Show range, as these games are designed to get laughs every minute from the audience.
With our range of quiz based shows the participants knowledge will be on full display. We’re happy to tailor our games to include questions on any subject.
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“Entertainer, entrepreneur and comedian Kevin Durham is a leading event entertainer who attends functions all over the world. He has built and sold three businesses, published a book, achieved millions of views on YouTube, interviewed a host of A-list Hollywood talent and has entertained tens of thousands of people at live events in the past”