About Us

Fool’s Paradise is an international street performance agency founded in 1991. We supply the best UK street theatre and outdoor arts to regional and worldwide audiences. We champion the most inspiring, wondrous and downright ridiculous talent there is.

Our networks and friendships span over twenty years. With artist coverage across the UK we can programme performers in your area or make travel arrangements for your must-have international acts. We love to place artists in unexpected spaces and have performed in city streets, shopping centres, festival fields, at parties and illuminated parades.

We promise to make life easier by offering an imaginative lineup on time and to budget. We can work to any theme and can go above and beyond to source you something from the industry that works. Our friendly and comprehensive artist booking service provides invaluable back-up support to ensure your event runs smoothly and is as enjoyable as possible. Make your perfect programme with Fool’s Paradise.

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I am writing to say thank you so much for all your hard work and valuable contribution towards the Lord Mayor’s Celebrations this weekend. Please could you pass my thanks on to the performers – Circo Rum Ba, Ba, Artizani, Ian Marchant, The Grand Theatre of Lemmings, Larkin’ About and Upper Level.

The weather could not have been any better and the World Cup just added to the feel good factor as the public came out to join in with the festivities. Audience and participants alike seemed to have a fantastic time and we could not put on such a successful event without the support and involvement of the wonderful artists and organisations.

— Clare Hubery, Culture and events officer, Norwich City Council

Please pass on our thanks to all the performers that took part in the Magic on the Mersey, they were all fantastic and really added to the day. Please congratulate them all for coping so brilliantly with the crowd numbers too! and thanks to Fool’s Paradise too for coordinating everything so well your end.

— Barbara Kirby, Liverpool Cruise Terminal