Stilt Walking

A great way to get your event seen literally. Our stilt walkers are used at a range of events and will cater specifically for your event. They are extremely committed to their work so whether you would like a Ring Master or a Party Dude, get in touch and we will cater to your event in the best way possible.

To view more costumes and characters please view our gallery.

Cops and Robbers

Our most popular double stilt act. Consisting of a continuous game of cat and mouse they provide a fantastic interactive piece that can be used at any event from walking the carnival parade to chasing each other on the field events area. With mischievous antics and community services of 'balloon modelling' and ‘magic’ this is a great-fun piece of family entertainment.

They can even be performed on powerisers (bouncy stilts) for maximum effect; on firm surfaces.

Also now available with The Judge!

The (lost) Explorers

"Move over Indiana Jones, there are two new adventurer explorers in town! Dr Forget-me-nots, and trusty assistant Mr Errm. Most famously known for their discovery of the Lost Marmite Tribe of the Forbidden Land and the infamous unearthing of the City of Gold-en Crayons. They are now heading to Greenwich to see what findings can be uncovered there for king and country! They do get confused and lost very easily!"

(Available on or off stilts)

The Studios!

Forget George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, say farewell to Alfred Hitchcock and Danny Boyle there’s a new guy in town. Mr B, most famously known for his Oscar award winning directing of Bankers: Operation Human Shield, the Nuclear Fall Out, is in your town this weekend filming for his new up and coming film. Inspired by the likes of the X-Factor and Britain’s Got Talent (well, the idea of not having to pay the actors anyway) he and his trusty actor are drumming up the local talent to star in his new film.

Full of interaction, famous re-enactment movie scenes and visual comedy, The Studios is taking the World by storm. Bring on Oscar night!

(Can be performed on or off stilts)