Santa Steven is guaranteed to win over the hearts of anybody, young or old, with his natural Christmas charm. As a true professional Father Christmas and example to every other aspiring Santa Claus for hire, your children will be jumping for joy when he arrives at their party full of festive fun. This Santa Claus impersonator is available for hire in destinations across London and the UK and for any event you’re able to think up.
No matter your age, you’ll find it difficult not to be fooled by this Father Christmas and his uncanny resemblance to the man himself. As far as Santa Claus lookalike’s go, there are few out there that pull off being the big man as well as this Father Christmas. With the authentic white beard, rosy cheeks and infectious smile, your children will be believing in Santa Claus until their late teens after this year’s Christmas party.
He’s also an experienced Santa Claus for hire on the biggest of stages. Established companies such as FTSE London have been proud to present him at their Christmas events, for which the veteran professional Father Christmas received excellent feedback. Position him near enough to the bar at your corporate event and watch as employee after employee begins queuing up to sit on the real Santa Claus’ knee.
Completing his already impressive CV, this Santa Claus for hire has made many high-profile TV appearances. His previous employers range from Littlewoods – for whom he starred in a nationwide Christmas advertising campaign – to BBC’s Mrs Browns Boys – a primetime comedy in which he starred as the real Santa Claus. And to top this off, he’s appeared in TV adverts for Media Markt Stores Germany, proving his commitment to spreading Christmas cheer as far and wide as his sleigh will take him.
Each year C&IT Magazine puts together a list of the top 35 event planners in the UK and this year saw our Director, Michael Charles make the list. This year was in association with Meet in Ireland and was held at the wonderful Savoy Hotel in London. Michaels thoughts: It was an honour to be … Continued