How to Choose an Entertainer

How To Choose an Entertainer

First, the good news: if you’re worried about your guests being bored, you’re in luck. There are many, many people who can solve that problem for you:

Magicians.
Comedians.
Caricaturists.
Musicians.
Jugglers.
Silhouette artists.
Mind readers.
Ceilidh acts.
Kid storytime with Danny Dyer.
Angle grinders.
Sideshow acts.
Strippers.
Harpists.
Formula 1 with Stevie Wonder.
Mexican barbershop quartets.
Football juggling.
Oversize garden games.
Oversize garden gnomes.
Emcee.
MC.
Jelly wrestling with Anne Widdecombe.
Flatulist (yes, really!).
Poets.
Flair bartending*

Now, the bad news: you still have to pick one of them to do it.

Unless you’re a dab hand at playing the spoons, you should almost definitely outsource the entertainment, but you can’t outsource the choice.

You know your guests better than anyone.

What’s the best choice for them?

* I’ll warn you now, some of these are not real. You’ve probably guessed that already.