Roaming Human Animals

Speciality & Novelty Acts,Animal Acts,Walkabout Entertainment,Walkabout Animals
Roaming Human Animals
Reasons to book this ACT
  • Variety of amazing costumes including monkey, horse, antelope and many more

  • Excellent roaming act for themed events

  • Some animals can be played by female performer to create stories and character interaction

  • Animals will get involved with brand activations such as handing out promotional material and posing for photos

  • Based in the UK and available to perform worldwide

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Our walkabout animals are novel roaming entertainment ideas for product launches, brand activations, corporate events and parties. This roving act can come as a soloist or a duo and provide a menagerie of animal characters. Their amazing costumes create visually stunning human animals who can become involved in many aspects of your branding.

Characters include a monkey, a horse, an antelope, zebra, several big cats, many dogs, reindeer and mythological characters Anubis, a unicorn and a minotaur. The variety of animals available means that there’s something for any event theme you can envisage, from having a unicorn roaming your enchanted garden, a human horse posing alongside the racehorses at an equestrian event or a lion hunting a zebra at your Africa-themed summer party. 

The unique visual impact of this act is one of its most important selling points, with costumes involving prostheses, bodypaint, extensive make-up and various extra touches like whiskers, hooves, horns, antlers and horseshoes where appropriate. The physique of the performer enables him to be more animalistic or more human depending on the nature of your event.

You’re not limited to one animal character either. There are female versions of the fox, zebra and leopard which can be doubled up or combined with other human animals. You could have two zebra frolicking or one being hunted by a leopard. Or, you could have a fox and a vixen handing out promotional material at your product launch! 

The roving act can bring several costumes and change into other animals throughout your event. This is great for more durational events like conferences. Able to perform for a day at a time, this roaming entertainment is sure to create a sensation and be the toast of your event.

With experience performing for an impressive list of clients in contexts such as video game launches, safari parks, street festivals, television adverts, nightclub events and many more, our human animal act knows how to go down a storm. Posing for photos, donning human items like sunglasses and hats, greeting guests or just bringing a sense of the wild, this act is a fun and innovative addition to any event.

To book these walkabout animals contact our dedicated entertainment specialists today. 

Lush Cosmetics Award at BIC, Bournemouth
Chinatown London "Family Day" 
BSAVA for Merial, Birmingham
UBISOFT Christmas Party - Paris, France
"Forbidden" 12-part Documentary by Beyond Productions for DISCOVERY CHANNEL 
Hallowzeem 2013 - 2016
Crème De La Crème ball - "Animal Instincts", Cheshire
University of Portsmouth Graduation Ball - "Secret Garden"
Hampstead Summer Festival
Art In Fusion TV; Jalouse House, London
Fox Rocks, Gloucester
LFW13 at Somerset House
Merlin Group Christmas Party, Bournemouth
Rugby World 7's Films sponsored by HSBC
Slazenger Wimbledon party at Aqua, London
Festival de Cannes at Gotha Club, Cannes, France
Royal Academy of Art, London
Macmillan Charity Ball, London
Brit Awards Aftershow at the O2 Arena
Filming in Paris for Canal Plus TV Channel
Shoreditch Town Hall
The Sims 3 Pets Game Launch
The Windmill International, "Sexy Circus"
Thorpe Park "Twisted Carnival" 
Debut Club, London
Filming and interview for Arte TV, Germany/France
Live Events Forum, Twickenham Stadium
Interview for the "Evening Standard"
Natural History Museum
Interview for the "Vice" Magazine, USA
"Perculiar Wood" - Series of Christmas themed events at Brewery in Barbican
Shaka Zulu in Camden, London
Filming and interview by Fuji TV. Japan
Street Festival in Souk Wakif  in Doha, Qatar
Central Park, Galway
Doncaster Race Course
"Utopia" Event at Park Plaza, Westminster
North East Business Awards 
"Cirque du Freak"  Easter, Thorpe Park 
Zoo Bar and Club's Anniversary
IMATS 
"Winter's Tale" Christmas Events at Brewery, Barbican
Belfry, Birmingham - corporate event
Asian TV Awards at Hilton Park Lane
Interview for SkyARTS TV
One & Other by Anthony Gormley at Trafalgar Square
Margate's Big Event, Air Show
Ivory Lounge, London; Lava & Ignite clubs; Liquid & Envy clubs
LondonEdge, London Olympia
Woburn Safari Park
Marlborough College

"You looked fabulous and the guests loved it! It must take a lot of patience to stand and be painted for so long! The event was a great success and we raised a huge amount of money for a great cause. We look forward to working with you in the future."

Entertainment Today Events

"The guests at the Brit Awards Aftershow were both intrigued and delighted, and everyone had an amazing time. I think there must be hundreds of people out there who have a photo with you, and there seemed to be a never ending queue of guests wanting to meet you. It worked really well!"

The BRIT Awards, ‘The BRIT Party’

"Roaming Human Animals was absolutely marvellous at our St Leger Ladies’ Day event and went above and beyond the call of duty. He mixed and mingled for three hours, distributed leaflets for our sponsor, took afternoon tea with our sponsor and the chamber’s president and his wife, posed for photographs and generally was absolutely brilliant. His face-painting was superb (the whiskers an inspired touch) and generally he was a tiger that was a joy to work with!"

Anne at Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce

"I just wanted to let you know he was absolutely brilliant, the painting was amazing and a great ice-breaker for all my guests. As we had the reception at a safari park the Big Cat game keeper came along and he said he was as close to the markings as you could get to the real thing!
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