Christmas Stilt Characters

Ariel presents two great Christmas stilt characters, with Araya Snow Fairy forming a truly beautiful interactive walkabout stilt spectacle, spreading her wings and magic in a dreamlike haze of light that will captivate audiences of all ages such as this parade below...

"Absolutely brilliant!" Nairn, Bathgate Christmas Lights Switch On Day Event Organiser

Christmas is such a busy time for Santa, so why not ask his second cousin, the Snow Fairy, to visit your school to find out if the children have been good this year, and collect their letters to Santa to deliver to the big man himself! A great way to reinforce learning through fun Gaelic or Irish and bilingual entertainment & suitable for lower primary classes.

(Araya): "And what would you like for Christmas?"

(Girl 8yrs at Gaelic-medium school): "I would!"

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Mrs Christmas is also onhand to help out for those wanting a more traditional Christmas character to animate seasonal events - how about combining a school visit in your area with other local Christmas events such as the Christmas Lights Switch On, Winterfests or Christmas markets - a great way of introducing or using Gaelic and Irish in a highly public way – contact Ariel for more information!

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"A million thanks again for Friday. You were excellent!!! Everyone was talking about it & I was so happy that I got you for the Fair. A hundred thanks again." Irish-language Development Officer, Northern Ireland for Bilingual Christmas Fair Entertainment

Ariel has years of professional experience of effective media interaction - why not get in touch to find out how she can work with your local media outlets to create magical, memorable images to publicise your event...

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drive pedestrian traffic towards your event...

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make people smile and drive attention to local stallholders once they get there...

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and give them memories to both take home and publicise your event through social media...

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Maximise Ariel's time in your area by combining her Christmas Lantern-Making Workshops as a way of engaging the community in a parade, perhaps leading to a Christmas Lights Switch On Event like Downpatrick District Council below... a fantastic way of combining education and showcasing youth art as part of a celebratory community spectacle!

The Christmas Gaelic Pop Up Café can also visit, bringing laughs, a wee song & all the most essential Gaelic Christmas phrases... like "Who ate the last mince pie?!" Full information here.

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All Mrs Christmas images taken on location at Belfast Christmas Market by outstanding Northern Irish photographer, Barry Wright  (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).


© Ariel Killick 2014

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