Eventful entertainment

Getting the entertainment spot-on ensures that your event is fresh, will be talked about for ages (for the right reasons) and, most of all, impresses the right people. For Jacqui Higgins, nothing makes an event more memorable than great entertainment. We’ve all been to events where the entertainment is, at best, dull – at worst,…

Entertainment on a limited budget

There are creative ways around a limited budget. If you’re on a tight budget the focus needs to be on touch points. You can incorporate clever, thrifty ideas into existing elements like giving the welcome cocktails a fun name. You don’t need the world’s best band but a beautiful starter plated on exquisite crockery with…

Trends in entertainment

Certain forms of entertaining have been around for centuries, such as court jesters, musicians and storytellers. We still enjoy versions of these with strolling, roving or atmosphere entertainers including – mimes, magicians, musicians, caricature artists, human statues, jugglers, and fortune tellers; all of which add a personal touch to any event. Non-entertainer forms of corporate…

Pump it louder!

Nietzsche once said, “Without music, life would be a mistake.” For Barine Steynberg and Larry Pullen, any event without music would be a mistake. Most of the time, if you ask delegates what they remember about an event, you will be told it’s the food and the music. Since we are no food experts, let’s…