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text 2018-05-19 05:04
Anything To See The Laughter On Their Faces

At Rumple and Friends, our performers have only one aim. To keep the kids laughing and happy. They will do anything to hear the laughter of the children ringing in the air. Our performers are highly trained in the acts they perform. But if there is one thing they have in their minds, it is the happiness of the children who are their audience. Rumple and Friends are committed to providing the best time to your child. When it is a party with us, we will spare no effort to keep the kids entertained. Kids grow fast and change fast. Every year they are different persons.


You can never get back that period which just passed. It is your duty as parents to give them the happiest memories of those times which they nor you can get back. Give them the chance to have a blast of a time on their birthdays. Organize a party on your boy’s birthday that he will never forget in his life. Let him and his friends have their happiest moment on that day. Let him be thankful to you his whole life for keeping him so happy. Rumple and Friends are the best children’s party entertainers in Singapore. We have a variety of performers who can keep your children happy for hours together.


All these performers are highly trained in their acts. We have a list of characters who will keep appearing at the party and mingling with the kids. There are many characters who will seek the help of your children for some game. This will keep your kids engaged and happy. We also have magicians who will awe your kids with their magic.



The children will also get a chance to participate in some of the magic acts. We have face painters who can change your children into the hero of their choice. The best of our acts is by our Super Rumple, the hero who saves the world. He will come for the Superhero party for your hero. This party is sure to make your child’s evening the best he has ever had.

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review 2012-06-06 07:28
Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)
Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns) - Mindy Kaling cute.
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review 2012-03-27 04:54
I Got This: How I Changed My Ways and Lost What Weighed Me Down
I Got This: How I Changed My Ways and Lost What Weighed Me Down - Jennifer Hudson warning...NOT a biography...but just a little bit about her journey to a healthier weight.
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review 2011-11-09 11:41
Woody Allen
Woody Allen - Myles Palmer Stig Björkman is quite an expert of film and therefore delivers an outrageously professional interview. But still, the interviewer stays humble, asking questions showing a profound knowledge of the subject. Since Woody Allen is very good at answering in a direct but well thought about way, it never gets boring and never seems primitive that the book is written simply in direct discourse. What I personally appreciate as well is that the talk is purely about film and about Woody Allen as an artist - his private life does not enter unless it is closely related to the discussed subjects. So you get a very relevant view to Woody Allen's career. I highly recommend it to all the Allen's fans out there who have not yet managed to read it.
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review 2011-10-31 18:11
Conquest of the Useless: Reflections from the Making of Fitzcarraldo
Conquest of the Useless: Reflections from the Making of Fitzcarraldo - Werner Herzog This was given to me by accident but sometimes that is the best way of discovering interesting things. I am a massive Herzog fan but I was skeptical about reading something by him, if only because I have a couple of pretty firmly held beliefs about artists that would lead me to be wary of such an enterprise: a) good and great artists are assholes more often than not b) just because someone is good at one or more artforms, doesn't make that person good at many. But to my surprise this "diary" is a fascinating, illuminating and surprisingly funny read. Certainly more entertaining than any diary I have ever written. It is very much like a novel, in that it is episodic, and Herzog mixes in dreams and random snippets of past news with the daily reality. As such it overcomes its own origins and stands as something special; worth reading even if you have never seen Fitzcarraldo or don't even know what it is.
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