Introducing Carlos Airhead (formerly Bruce Airhead) 

The original Bruce Airhead has hung up his lycra and been replaced by his Iberian cousin,Carlos Airhead.

The metamorphosis of a man and a six-foot balloon in an original 30-minute comedy show. Suitable for all age ranges from family audiences to adult evenings.

Carlos Airhead, with a volunteer, uses a voice-activated vacuum cleaner to inflate a six foot balloon. Then to the crowd's disbelief, wearing only brightly coloured lycra shorts and choreographed to music, Carlos slides his toned Spanish physique completely inside the balloon. First his head, then his torso until finally the last leg slowly disappears from sight. Once inside, Carlos dances the balloon to a fast changing sequence of music. The crowd finds this hilarious.

Now the explosive finish. On a count down from ten, a sound track kicks in, a confetti cannon shoots through the top of the balloon, the balloon bursts to reveal Carlos Airhead completely dressed as a familiar character! This show is suitable for most venues and events and can be adapted to suit different occasions and themes such as Superman, Sailor, Elvis, James Bond, David Beckham, Halloween monster, circus and other personalities or corporate mascots.


Safe & Accessible

This act, along with every other act on our website, is expert in adapting to a variety of performance settings, including during the constrictions of the ongoing COVID 19 Pandemic.

The performances will be tailored to the event and location to ensure that all interactions are socially distanced without compromising the joy and spectacle.


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  • Can be Tailored to any Theme was one of the best, a true SE London celebration of diversity and community cohesion!
Thank you to 'Bruce' for adding extra magic to the day.

— Tracey Smith, Lewisham Peoples Day Assistant

‘It was my first time to see Bruce Airhead – he was fantastic and the whole place is raving about him’

— Elaine Griffin, Derry City Council