Entertainment in comberHire Entertainment in Comber, Northern Ireland

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 Comber 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 Comber. Our entertainment ideas are versatile and can be provided for any Wedding reception, Corporate Event, Party or Function throughout Comber.


Our Award winning entertainment, available in Comber includes:

Mobile Disco and DJ hire in ComberMobile Disco and DJ hire in Comber

Our Comber 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.


Fun Casino Table Hire and Casino Nights in ComberFun Casino Table Hire and Casino Nights in Comber

A great idea for any event at any venue in Comber. 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.

Wedding Entertainment in ComberWedding Entertainment in Comber

The perfect way to entertain guests on your special day! We treat every Comber 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.

Twinkling, Led Star Light Dance floor hire in ComberTwinkling, Led Star Light Dance floor hire in Comber

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.


Fundraising Entertainment Ideas in ComberFundraising Entertainment Ideas in Comber

Great ideas for raising funds for your charity, sports club or organisation based in Comber. We put the FUN into FUNdraising!



Corporate Entertainment in ComberCorporate Entertainment in Comber

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 Comber a very special one.

Mobile Catering - Chipvan / Burger Van Hire in ComberMobile Catering – Chipvan / Burger Van Hire in Comber

Looking for catering ideas? Hire our chipvan / burger van in Comber. Enjoy chipshop favourites like fish & chips, battered sausages and burgers cooked and served from our super clean chip van. We cater for parties, weddings and events and festivals.

smallkaraokeimageKaraoke Hire in Comber

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 Comber based, Karaoke DJ’s.

Please contact us to check prices and availability


Why Choose KD Entertainments in Comber?

  • 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 Comber Venues:

  • Malone Lodge Hotel, Belfast
  • La Mon Hotel and Country Club
  • Ivanhoe Inn and Hotel, Saintfield
  • Merchant Hotel, Belfast
  • Fourwinds Hotel, Belfast

Why Comber?

The confluence of two rivers, which gave the town its name, is that of the Glen River and the Enler River which meet here. There is believed to have been a church here since the time of St Patrick, while a Cistercian abbey was founded around 1200 on the site of the present Church of Ireland church, a site likely chosen to take advantage of the good access to Strangford Lough. After Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries in 1541, the abbey fell into ruins and its stone has since been used in other buildings.

During the influx of Scots in the early 1600s (see Plantation of Ulster), a settlement grew up at Comber, although it was focused about a mile further south than at present, in the townland of Cattogs, and there is evidence that the settlement was a port used by traders and fishermen. By the 1700s, however, the focus of the town had moved to the area of the present main Square and Comber became established as an industrial centre with several mills.
The Andrews family made Comber a centre of both linen production and grain processing by the second half of the 1700s. Whiskey distilling was a prominent industry by the mid 1800s, the most prominent of the distillers being John Miller, uncle of William James (Lord) Pirrie and Eliza (wife of Thomas Andrews Snr.). One member of the Andrews family, Thomas, rose to fame as designer of the ill-fated RMS Titanic, although he tragically lost his life when the ship sank in 1912. By 1841 the town had 1,400 inhabitants. The 20th century saw Comber lose much of its industry but re-establish itself as a commuter town for the Belfast urban area, swelling in population from 4,000 in 1961 to 8,933 according to the 2001 Census.

In Comber’s Square, you cannot fail to see the statue of Major General Rollo Gillespie. Gillespie was a local war hero from the 19th century, famous for his heroic exploits in India. It was constructed under the oversight of John Fraser, the first County Surveyor of Down, and was unveiled on 24 June 1845 (St. John’s Day). Fifty lodges of the Masonic Order were present, in what is believed to be the biggest Masonic gathering in Irish history. It was calculated that 25,000 to 30,000 people crowded into the town to witness the ceremony. The column is 55 feet high. At the foot of the column are many Masonic symbols and his famous last words “One shot more for the honour of Down”.
The Enler River in Comber has also flooded many times in past years. As a result the Comber flood wall was built along the river through the town which has held the water back since.

Thanks to Wikipedia