Donaghadee

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

 

Our Award winning entertainment, available in Donaghadee includes:

smalldjimageMobile Disco and DJ hire in Donaghadee

Our Donaghadee 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 DonaghadeeFun Casino Table Hire and Casino Nights in Donaghadee

A great idea for any event at any venue in Donaghadee. 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 DonaghadeeWedding Entertainment in Donaghadee

The perfect way to entertain guests on your special day! We treat every Donaghadee 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 DonaghadeeTwinkling, Led Star Light Dance floor hire in Donaghadee

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 DonaghadeeFundraising Entertainment Ideas in Donaghadee

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

 

Corporate Entertainment in DonaghadeeCorporate Entertainment in Donaghadee

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 Donaghadee a very special one.

 
Mobile Catering - Chipvan / Burger Van Hire in DonaghadeeMobile Catering – Chipvan / Burger Van Hire in Donaghadee

Looking for catering ideas? Hire our chipvan / burger van in Donaghadee. 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.

 
Karaoke Hire in DonaghadeeKaraoke Hire in Donaghadee

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 Donaghadee based, Karaoke DJ’s.

Please contact us to check prices and availability

 

Why Choose KD Entertainments in Donaghadee?

  • 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 Donaghadee:

  • Marine Court Hotel, Bangor
  • Clandeboye Hotel, Bangor
  • The Old Inn, Crawfordsburn
  • Stables, Groomsport
  • Grace Neill’s

Why hire fun casino night, wedding disco, starlight dancefloor, chip van and karaoke in Donaghadee?

Donaghadee is probably best known for its lighthouse and harbour. For centuries, it has been a haven for ships, and the harbour has been there from at least the 17th century.
Sir Hugh Montgomery built a large stone quay to accommodate vessels ferrying between Scotland and Ireland from 1616 onwards. Viscount Montgomery’s harbour (1626; improved 1640), superseding what had hitherto been probably only a small jetty, was built and maintained as a result of the Royal Warrant of 1616 which limited travel between the Ards and the Rhins of Galloway to this port, and that at Portpatrick also owned by Montgomery.

It was described by Harris in 1744 as ‘a curving quay about 400 feet (120 m) long and 22 feet (6.7 m) wide built of uncemented stones’. It ran from the shore at the north end of the Parade in a broad arc, bent against the open sea, towards the southern end of the present north pier. Much patched and decrepit, the quay was virtually rebuilt, though along the original line, between 1775 and 1785 by the landlord, Daniel Delacherois, probably with the help of John Smeaton, the distinguished civil engineer who had apparently made earlier more elaborate plans for extending the harbour, and who had just rebuilt Portpatrick harbour. The old quay remained until after the completion of the new harbour, and then, despite its continued favour by local fishermen, was removed for local wall building about 1833. (It appears in the 1832 drawing but not on the first O.S. map of 1834).
The foundation stone of the new harbour was laid by the Marquess of Downshire on 1st August 1821. The initial plans and surveys for this ambitious undertaking were made by John Rennie Senior, the celebrated engineer whose works included Waterloo, Southwark and London Bridges over the Thames. He, however, died within two months of work beginning, and was succeeded by his son, John, later Sir John Rennie, who had as his resident engineer a fellow Scot, the seasoned marine builder, David Logan, who had assisted Robert Stevenson at the Bell Rock Lighthouse (1807–1810). The new harbour had to have greater depth to accommodate steam packets.

Rock blasted from the sea bed, within the harbour area and further south in what became known as the Quarry Hole at Meetinghouse Point was used to form the outer slopes of the two piers; but the inner faces were built of limestone from the Moelfre quarries of Anglesea. This ‘Anglesea marble’ lends itself to the finest ashlar dressing and the new piers remain a triumph of stone carving. The flights of steps display special skill in the deep diagonal binding of each solid step, providing a typically robust engineer’s response to the wear of seaboots and waves alike.

The harbour consists of two independent piers running north westwards out to sea; parallel nearer the shore, they converge at the outer ends to form a harbour mouth 150 feet (46 m) wide. At low tide the water in the harbour is fifteen feet deep.

Thanks to Wikipedia