Professor Bubbles is available for private and corporate parties. Children burst into fits of laughter as the most unexpected things begin to happen. The show lasts between 40 minutes and 2 hours to include balloon modelling, face-painting and party games.
Paul has adapted the skills he has learned while writing and performing in theatrical productions for children and has developed the Professor Bubbles Magic Show. This popular show is interactive and the children get to perform a lot of the magic and they love it because they become part of the magic and not just casual observers.
Paul studied cinematic and television productions aimed at entertaining children and he found it interesting to observe how styles have evolved over time. Compare Walt Disney’s Snow White with modern day Aladdin. The latter has a series of rapid scene changes conveying lots of visual and aural information every few seconds. While technological advancement has made this possible it has caused us to change our expectations. Children have a short attention span and their minds need to be constantly stimulated to keep them entertained. Paul Dee has cracked it.
” Writer-director Paul Dennehy and the self-styled Zany Gang just keep getting better. Dennehy explicitly sets out to find a synthesis between traditional fairytale and modern video-age entertainments – and his success is clear” – Gerry McCarthy, Sunday Times.
A senior manager at an Insurance Company’s Children’s Christmas party commented, “The kids were mesmerised, the adults were mesmerised and I was mesmerised.”
“Excellent, kept all the kids entertained and got them involved from the start…The magic show was excellent, the kids were still talking about the tricks at school on Monday. Need I say more! Excellent value and very professional.” – John Sheahan, Cork.
“Excellent magic show, very entertaining. The face painting was detailed and the value for money was quite good. The children were well entertained.” – Siobhan Malone, Carrigaline.
“Excellent all round. It was worth every cent. The kids were completely occupied for the two hours.” – Suzanne Guerin, Kildorrery.