Balloonatics is the award-nominated, world-travelled family comedy show for anyone crazy about balloons! From the UK to over 15 countries, the Balloonatics army has been recruiting the mischief-makers and joy spreaders of tomorrow to challenge rising inflation and prepare for global domination!
Inspired by his own nephews, Scottish comedian Chris Henry devised a show bursting with music and participation that guarantees a chaos-filled, fun-packed hour of inflatable buffoonery, with never a dull moment for parent or child. Chris’s signature cheeky and charming style is a hit with recruits of all ages: his mad cap, well honed kids comedy routines are aligned perfectly with fun for the adults, as he delivers hysterically quick lines sure to go off with a bang! Join the Balloonatics army, where it doesn’t matter how technically gifted you are, as long as you’re having fun!
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