If you are looking to arrange the ultimate party, planning your perfect wedding or simply looking for great ideas to entertain people, KD Entertainments can be your trusted partner for booking entertainment.
We have provided entertainment in Carryduff for over 10 years and have won several awards for our excellence in business and customer service.
KD Entertainments are a professional, affordable and reliable entertainment provider in Carryduff. Our entertainment ideas are versatile and can be provided for any Wedding reception, Corporate Event, Party or Function throughout Carryduff.
Our Award winning entertainment, available in Carryduff includes:
Our Carryduff based DJs are truly professional and our main aim is to keep your guests satisfied and dancing by playing a good selection of music to suit all age groups and musical tastes.
A great idea for any event at any venue in Carryduff. We bring all the Fun, Excitement and Glamour of a Las Vegas Casino without the danger of losing real money! Casino Tables Include blackjack, roulette, casino war and poker.
The perfect way to entertain guests on your special day! We treat every Carryduff wedding booking as if it were our own, offering you a personalised service, so we can help you round off the best day of your life, the way you want to.
A stunning focal center piece for your Wedding, Corporate Event or Party! Our polished white LED starlight dancefloor contains white LED lights that twinkle throughout the event.
Great ideas for raising funds for your charity, sports club or organisation based in Carryduff. We put the FUN into FUNdraising!
Every Corporate Event, Conference, Team building day and Staff Party are an unique occasion. Entertainment Ideas can offer trusted advice, ideas and inspiration to make your occasion in Carryduff a very special one.
Looking for catering ideas? Hire our chipvan / burger van in Carryduff. Enjoy chipshop favourites like fish & chips, battered sausages and burgers cooked and served from our super clean chip van. We cater for parties, weddings, events and festivals.
Whether you want to be the singing star of the night, or simply want your guests to join in with the fun, then look no further than our Carryduff based, Karaoke DJ’s.
Please contact us to check prices and availability
Why Choose KD Entertainments in Carryduff?
- Book with confidence – We are a professional, limited company and we use a written agreement for all our bookings to ensure reliability
- Fully Insured – £10m Public & Employers liability insurance
- Over 10 Years Experience in the Entertainment Business
- PAT Tested, Clean, Authentic and Quality equipment
- Smartly Attired, Professional Entertainers
- Direct Prices
- Recommended – We are recommended by Top Companies and Hotels throughout Northern Ireland and Ireland – See the testimonials on our Facebook page
Recommended Wedding, Party and Event Entertainment Venues in Carryduff:
- Malone Lodge Hotel
- Grand Opera House
- Ramada Encore Belfast city centre
- Ramada Plazza, Shaws Bridge
- Ten Square Hotel
- Europa Hotel
- Titanic Belfast
- Hilton Hotel Belfast
- Radisson BLU Belfast
- Park Avenue Hotel
- Belfast Castle
- The Old Inn, Crawfordsburn
- La Mon Hotel and Country Club, Comber
- Ivanhoe Inn and Hotel
- Merchant Hotel
- Fourwinds Hotel
Why hire fun casino night, wedding disco, starlight dancefloor, chip van and karaoke in Carryduff?
One of the earliest references to the settlement is in 1623, where its anglicised name is written as Carrow-Hugh-Duffe. The original village formed where six roads and a river crossed, and is the site of the ancient Queen’s Fort Rath. The road south from Belfast (the A24) climbs out of a gap in the Castlereagh Hills, and splits at Carryduff, one fork (the A7) continuing to Downpatrick (via Saintfield and Crossgar), the other fork (A24) continuing via Ballynahinch to Newcastle towards Killkeel.
In addition, the road westwards from the Ards Peninsula, Newtownards and Comber (the B178) crosses here en route to Hillsborough in the west. All six roads cross the small Carryduff River here (which flows northwards to eventually join the River Lagan at Minnowburn. The good road connections (note that Carryduff was never at any time connected to the Irish rail network) and proximity to Belfast made the town an ideal site for overspill development from the city in the 1960s. This period saw numerous housing developments (swallowing Queen’s Fort Rath), the construction of the Town and Country Shopping Centre, and Carryduff Primary School, leading into the 1970s with the building of the Killynure council estate. Ribbon development along one side of the northbound A24 took place adjacent to the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church and St. Joseph’s Primary School, with the Knockbracken Reservoir on the other side. The 1980s saw expansion continue, with Carryduff becoming a dormitory satellite town for Belfast commuters.
Developments continued into the 1990s and included Carryduff Library, Carryduff Shopping Centre, including shops such as Wellworths (now SuperValu and Ireland-wide stationery and book shop Eason (previously NPO). Numerous further housing developments have been erected on former green-field sites, as well as the Lough Moss Leisure Centre. These developments saw the Carryduff River placed inside a covered pipe for much of its journey through the town. Another big development of was the Brackenvale petrol station on the Saintfield Road, which has an Indian Restaurant, a McDonalds and a KFC opposite.
Very little green belt land now remains between Carryduff and the southern border of Belfast, the 1980s having seen the former Matthew Stop Line breached. Carryduff’s original raison d’être as a focus of routes on the southern approach to Belfast has led to something of a transport problem, as the road network struggles to cope with commuter traffic, resulting in large amounts of rush hour congestion. Urban Citybus (Metro) routes did not extend out to Carryduff, leaving Ulsterbus services from Belfast to Downpatrick and Newcastle as the only public transport.
Culturally, as it moved beyond its farming roots in the latter half of the 20th century, Carryduff suffered somewhat from the classic suburban satellite syndrome, being rather devoid of interest in the field of the arts.
No cinema, theatres or nightclubs existed in the town.
A few attempts have been made to revive the “community spirit” in Carryduff; some of the more notable ones have been the launch of “Carryduff Focus” – a local business directory with a few articles.
Thanks to Wikipedia