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Chante et danse becomes The Entertainment Company

Chante et danse becomes The Entertainment Company

Introducing the premiere performance company – bringing magic to your event.

The Entertainment Company was launched at The Crowne Plaza Hotel with the best in Christchurch entertainment on show.

“With the revitalisation of our city, we’ve created a fresh company offering more entertainment choices for our clients,” says Sandy Gray director of The Entertainment Company.

“We’re more than musical theatre. We’re the best in professional entertainment, we bring magic to your event,” Sandy says.

The Entertainment Company also hosts parties, MCs events, takes care of your product launches, manages bands (duos/groups), aerial artists and circus performers, showgirls, samba dancers and also offers icebreakers at conferences.

“Looking ahead to Christmas and client parties we have a 45 minute floor show of singing and dancing, which then moves into a band to get your clients dancing the night away,” says Sandy.

The Entertainment Company’s creative director, Nickie Wellbourne, says “It doesn't have to be hard to be different. Making an idea real is our speciality. And if you don't have one we will create it for you. Transform your conference dinner into the colourful streets of Mexico with the party of the year Dia de los muertos ( Day of the Dead) festival. Or Game of Thrones battle it out to win the Iron Throne. Exciting stuff!”


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