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Amazing Parties,
2 Tye View,
Telscombe Cliffs,
Nr Brighton.
BN10 7DN

French Office:

Larroucal, 32140
Bezues Bajon, France

All the fun of the seaside-here are some images from ther many versions of this theme we have built over the years

seaside railings

Here is a general storyline

Guests enter through an illuminated pier entrance past seaside railings. Inside are noises of funfair activity, bright and flashing lights and lots of stalls and things to do.

 Finger post signs at the seaside

Each striped stall is dressed with two uprights of chasing coloured light bulbs and another strip of these lights, links each stall together. These stalls contain traditional fairground games-coconut shy, ball-in-the-bucket, hoopla, rifle range etc whilst further stalls can dispense candyfloss, popcorn and hot dogs or be used by palmists and caricaturists. By removing the house lights and letting these stall lights illuminate the room, ugly rooms will not be noticed. The central feature in the room is, depending on size and budget either a Dodgems or a two man keg racing course, a small oval round which guests can drive motorised beer kegs. The central 'island' in this course can be linked to the stalls by coloured bunting.

A Period amusement arcade with old games/activities like What the butler saw, Laughing Sailor, slot machines, fortune tellers etc can also be provided. Due to the rarity of some of these machines, the price per item varies enormously and therefore the suggestion is to either set an overall budget for this arcade or request specific quotes on named machines. 


Here's a sample client testimonial for this theme-why not let us help you with yours. Phone now on +44 (0)7785 725 029 or +44 (0)2071 389 066 or email

Just wanted to write and thank you for the brilliant entertainment on
Friday night. Everyone really seemed to enjoy the Casino and Coconut Shy.

Also many thanks for the wonderful table centrepieces.

I would definitely recommend 'Amazing Party Themes' to anyone holding a
similar event.

Charlotte Maloy-Ernst and Young