C’était un couple de journée maintenant que j’était à Debden! J’ai fait mon spectacle en français et maime s’il y avait des personne anglophones tout le monde a compris et aimer la spectacle! Je suis hâtes à retourner a Debden dans la future et faires des autres sepectacles. Merci au Chambres des commerces et le Tournoi de Fooseball!
Plan for your guests
Whatever type of event you are planning the measure of success is how much your guests enjoyed it and talk about it
afterwards. Make sure you plan for your guests to have the best time possible! You have entertainment and you want
your guests tosee and hear them to fully engage in the show.When setting up how far do you put the first row from
the stage? If they are too far you create the void that sucks all life from the performance and allows for people to not
be engaged due to distance from the show and start to talk and distract other people. I know you want a dance floor
in front after the show and it is needed, though perhaps after the show you could move chairs or tables to make the
floor? That way you get the best show for your money. Recommended around 10 feet max that way people will be
You are getting a gala ready and have found the most amazing tree or flower or tower, candles, etc. to go on the center
of your table. Looks beautiful both from near and far.... and your guest have to look around each one to see the stage
and blocks their view. They get to look like chickens looking around a post to see the show. Or rubber necking it to
look over it, they could even stand to see then unknowingly making themselves a great door for those behind. Having
entertainment means that for your guests you may want to change the height of the center pieces and find
something equally as beautiful that doesn't take away from the event. (even at a wedding the bride might not be seen
What type of sound system do you or your entertainment have? Oh you mean to say that for the 200 person event the
venue doesn't have a sound system? A person could project I suppose for the hour they are performing I am sure
people would love straining to hear. Or the system is so old it still has an 8 track player nothing will plug into that (I am
sure that everyone puts their music on cassette in these digital days) Depending on your agreement with your
entertainer you will either have to rent one or your entertainment will be able to bring their own, I know I do. That way
if the house sound system isn't compatible with your entertainers microphones they are ready to perform regardless.
Hearing is another huge part of enjoying the show. Unless the guy you got is a mime.
Timeline is also important. Ie Background musician playing 5:30-7:15 Cocktails @ 5:30, Supper @ 6:30, Entertainment
@ 7:30 Having background music over dinner is a fantastic addition to the event. Having a show where the performer
is bringing people up as volunteers while they are eating is best suited for before or after eating is finished. In order for
you to enjoy the wonderful catered meal that you brought in from the most recommended caterer in city/town you
don't want the distraction of having to pay attention to a show. Just notice that when you are enjoying eating how you
focus more on chewing and the flavour than the others around, and the conversation grinds to a halt when the food
comes as people just want to enjoy their meals. Now splitting their focus can be done… but it isn't ideal for your guests
which is why as above stated background music is perfect for meal time.
I hope the above information has helped you and you enjoyed the read.
Funny, engaging and a great show for all ages were just a few of the comments we recieved. I look
forward to booking Roger in the future whether it be business meetings or kids events.