Hi, I am Ken Kelly and I have enjoyed bringing smiles to children in my own kids entertainer business for over 30 years.
I always loved my job but there was a problem.
I found there were very few people I could speak to that shared my passion and that made me feel alone and isolated.
I met Julian Mather, a fellow kids entertainer, back in 2014 and I found that having someone who was just as enthusiastic as me, made me a better performer. Julian and I realised that kids entertainers needed a place to meet, share ideas, network and grow.
On 24th March 2015, Kids Entertainer Hub was borne. Click here to learn what to expect from KEH
Top Articles for any Kid Entertainer
We asked 40 kids entertainers one question… What is the one thing you wish you had known before becoming a children’s entertainer? In this post you will find tips, wisdom and technique from 50 kids entertainers. The answers came in from face painters, clowns, jugglers, magicians, costume characters, balloon twisters, ventriloquists, kids musicians, circus artists…Read More
Stephen von Spiegelhauer, also known as the White Wizard, gives us fellow kids entertainers a treat today: a simple, creative tool that will add loads of fun to your gigs and market your services so effortlessly all at the same time. Read Stephen’s post below to find out how to do this insanely effective promotional…Read More
How This Telephone Technique Can Increase Your Bookings In this podcast Colette Kelly shares how she doubled her bookings by varying what she was saying on the telephone. Colette has developed a telephone script for kids entertainers that you can download for free below.Read More
Top Podcast Interviews
Kids Entertainer Tips from a Disneyland Performer With over 9000 shows as a Disney Pop Up performer, Max Marshall shares performing tips, insights into creating your stage character and how legendary clown doctor Patch Adams taught him – with a rubber fish – how to make his audiences ‘feel’ the comedy.Read More
Behaviour Management Tips for Kids Entertainers If you work as a professional kids entertainer you will recognise that delivering a good performance is a balance between having good skills to entertain and being able to manage the audience. Managing kids behaviour can sometimes be a real challenge but this is made doubly difficult when you…Read More
Breaking Into the Kids Entertaining Market The Hanson Family’s Story of Persistence, Planning and a Vision for Their Future Having world records for juggling and unicycling proved of little value in breaking into the kids entertainment market compared to learning basic comedy, kids psychology and good marketing techniques. Join the Hanson Family Circus Troupe as…Read More