Hire a Hall

Ritchie’s Hall Hiring Tips

If possible, when hiring a hall for a children’s birthday party, avoid big, echoey halls and look for venues with a car park for guests. Small village halls and church halls are great.

Avoid town centre venues as they are very difficult for guests and parents to park in. Soft play centres are often chaotic and normally have stressed out staff that are keen to usher you quickly in and out for the other 3 parties that day.

Check that they have a kitchen and if you wish to serve alcohol to the grown-ups, check they don’t have a “no alcohol” policy.

Booking 30 mins before and after the party is OK to set up/pack down, but an hour each side of the party times (especially before the party) is best for you if possible. Book the hall for 4 hours if you can. Ask a few friends/family to help with set up/pack down to move chairs, etc. 2 hours is the best length for a children’s birthday party.

Best to book Ritchie for the 2-hour party in a hall for a birthday party. If you do go for the 1-hour show, bring a sound system for after he has gone.

Book Ritchie before you book the hall. There are loads of halls around but only one Ritchie! “Oh no, you are booked already?! Can you cancel the other party?!” Sorry, no!

Children laughing Ritchie Rosson's magic show 2018
Ritchie’s happy audience at one of his magic shows in Kingston  2018

Sutton halls for hire

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Croydon halls for hire

(Avoid Project B) *

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Kingston halls for hire

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Hall for children's birthday party
The White Hart Barn, Godstone. One of Ritchie’s favourite party venues.

East Surrey halls for hire

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Merton halls for hire

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* Project B has a massive staircase to get into the venue and the nearest parking is really far away. There’s no kitchen and staff are unhelpful.

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