Photo Booth Hire in Brentford, London
Animation Events offer first class photo booth and magic mirror hire both in and around Brentford, home to the football team, the Waterman arts centre, Syon house and on the borders of Osterley Park and Kew Gardens. We are able to supply our award winning photo booths for weddings in the Garden Room or the Hilton in Syon park or the many hotels including the Holiday Inn and the Novotel.
We are one of the only companies offering a truly all-inclusive photo booth hire service, everything needed for a truly awesome photo booth experience. We include unlimited prints, guest book, a huge selection of props, a DBS screened operator, an on-line gallery, a USB drive with all the images, personalisation and addition of logos to your prints and more.
We have a huge selection of photo booths in many designs including vintage chalk, wedding, pop art and casino. every booth is equipped with green screen and facial recognition software and all our photo booths use Canon digital SLR cameras with studio grade printers.
Animation Events are the ideal choice for magic mirror photo booth hire in Brentford, London. Our magic mirror photo booths are perfect for weddings, parties and corporate events. These fabulous photo booths are the most interactive, engaging and impressive booths we offer. Intuitive touch screen operation combined with a cheeky instructions from the mirror make this booth easy and fun to use. Our mirrors have been seen in many events in Brentford.
Animation Events can also offer a complete wedding entertainment service for your reception at any of Brentford many wedding venues. Our wedding solutions include the most popular white solution that includes a white starlit dance floor, white DJ booth and lights, white up-lighters, white photo booth and giant LED “LOVE” lights. We have many other solutions to suit all venues and budgets and can custom build an entertainment solution for your big day.
Whether you decide to opt for a magic mirror photo booth hire in Brentford or a green screen photo booth hire in Brentford or even a wedding photo booth in Brentford you can be sure your guests will be talking about your event long after the last taxi gone.
Call today on 08089012009 go to our bookings page to discuss the photo booth hire services in Brentford that we offer.
While on our travels through London we occasionally stop and rest from continual photo booth hire and one of our favourite distractions is a visit to a local pub, here is some great information on three of the best in and around Brentford. A big old famous riverside pub, the London Apprentice is close enough to Syon House that it attracts people from all over as well as locals. It’s one of many London pubs that has some claim to be the oldest. An inn has stood here since Tudor times, though the current building is an early Georgian replacement. While most old pubs claim links to Dickens, Johnson and their ilk, the Apprentice has royal connections, including visits from Henry VIII and Charles I, who popped by while visiting Syon. This is also one of those pubs that claims to have a secret tunnel, in this case formerly used by smugglers to get their goods up from the Thames to the nearby churchyard. The Magpie and Crown is a picture perfect locals’ pub and an absolute joy. It’s no rarity these days for a pub to offer numerous options from small breweries, but the Magpie and Crown’s been doing it for years. Indeed, the retro-style website reckons that 2,163 different real ales have been sold since 1996. Six ales were on draught during our most recent visit. The cosy interior is warm and inviting and…what’s that? A pool table round the back. We’re actually rather glad this isn’t our local as we’d never leave the place. It even has literary connections, being the model for The Flying Swan in the novels of Robert Rankin. The pub’s Thai kitchen seems to have been replaced by more regular fare since our last visit. The Weir styles itself as a gastropub, and the emphasis is very much on good but inexpensive food. Yet there’s plenty to behold for the casual drinker, too. First and foremost is the excellent beer garden which, far from the main road and up against the River Brent, is about as peaceful as they come. This is an old, old place, claiming an alcohol licence dating back to Shakespeare’s time. It’s also said that JMW Turner lived in the building from 1785 to 1787, first taking an interest in painting from the bucolic setting beside the rivers. The beer range isn’t up to much — this is more of a wine place — but you won’t find many more laid-back and convivial drinking spots.