Welcome to Ely Kids Disco, the home of Captain Chaos and a lot of music, fun and mayhem at children’s parties in Cambridgeshire!
As I’m based in Ely, I’ll also cover children’s parties in parts of Suffolk and Norfolk too – just ask and I’ll see what I can do!
Have you ever been to a children’s disco party where the DJ stands in the corner for the duration playing loud music whilst the guests run around causing chaos?
That really doesn’t happen when I’m at the controls!
Well, the chaos does (Chaos by name and Chaos by nature!), but it’s controlled and fun chaos!
Hi, I’m Wayne (aka Captain Chaos!), and I’m a fully interactive mobile DJ providing children’s parties in Cambridgeshire who speaks to your child and their guests during their party at their level. The children are at the heart of everything I do when you hire me for a children’s disco party!
From 5 to 10 years old, you can be sure that your child will remember THEIR kid’s disco party for a very long time to come!
For you as a parent, I offer a couple of hours of stress free entertainment for the party guests.
Because I work in a lot of safeguarding environments, you won’t see too many selfies or videos of me doing what I do best….it just wouldn’t be right and proper. The images on this website were provided by the host of a party who had photo release permission for the images to be used.
From the moment I arrive to the moment I leave, I’ll take control of the front of house side of your child’s party leaving you to worry about things like food and drink….and enjoying yourself at the same time!
Party planning tip!
Why hire a DJ for your children's party in Cambridgeshire?
Firstly, the thought of keeping 20, 30 or more children entertained for a couple of hours spreads fear through most parents (I know….I’ve been there!). I’ve also spoken to a LOT of parents in the same situation.
I go to more children’s parties than most of the children. I’m able to entertain them and keep them amused and having fun because it’s something I do on a regular basis!
I offer the children a fun-packed party full of games, music, lights, snow and fun, and take the stress of keeping them amused from you as a parent. Just hire the venue, provide the food and drinks if you plan on feeding them….and I’ll do the rest!
It’s a job I’m very good at!
I use a formula of the music they love, games (trust me…they’ll be tired by the end of the party!), those all important silly party dances (because to a 6 year old the Hokey Cokey is still a lot of fun!), oh….and indoor snow no matter how hot it is outside!
Let it SNOW!
Whether the weather outside is frightful, or the sun is shining at 30+ degrees….I can make it snow indoors!
It’s a popular effect and makes an appearance at most of the kids parties I work at.
The louder they sing….the more it snows….simples!
And trust me, it’s one of those camera moments for the parents that stay at the party! It looks absolutely spectacular!
Snow is subject to venue permission and can make the floor slippery! Please check with your venue that this effect is allowed!
Let it GLOW!
I also provide “glow in the dark” children’s disco parties using Ultra-Violet lighting for that extra special effect!
What’s a Glow Party?
Quite simply, it’s a kids disco party which uses Ultraviolet lighting (sometimes known as black-lighting) alongside the usual flashing lights. The UV lighting picks up on any fluorescent or white clothing the children are wearing and give the impression that it’s glowing!
I provide the Ultra Violet lighting and glow stick bracelets (plus obviously, the music and the games). If you wish, you can enhance the effect by providing UV sensitive face paint (my insurance won’t allow me to provide face paints…sorry).
Simply ask your child’s guests to arrive in white or fluorescent clothing….the effect is impressive and to a child….magical!
Everyone's a winner!
Although I play a lot of elimination games during the party, each and every child at the party will receive a winner’s medal and certificate at the end just for taking part – it’s only fair!
It’s something to remember the party by and who doesn’t like getting medals and certificates saying that they’re a winner?