BubbleJo the Christmas Bubble Elf provides something really unique for your Christmas event any year.
He is the latest (and possibly most fun!) seasonal character. (Who doesn’t love bubbles?!)
Giant bubbles over 10 feet long, snake bubbles, bubbles in bubbles and even a spectacular launch of over a thousand bubbles, this act will attract attention near and far.
Christmas Bubble Elf is available as a friendly, fun and frolicsome walkabout, performing up to 3 x 30 minute sets.
He is fantastic at drawing people in from near and far. This lovely elf bubbler has been taking the world by storm one bubble at a time and is perfect entertainment for audiences of every age.
He is ideal for shopping malls and Christmas parades as well as meet and greet for Christmas or staff parties for instant impact.
This act is also rain proof as long as BubbleJo can wear his white rainproof jacket. Truly memorable Christmas entertainment at its best!
Christmas Bubble Elf – BubbleJo Christmas Parades
A soap bubble is an extremely thin film of soapy water enclosing air that forms a hollow sphere with an iridescent surface. Soap bubbles usually last for only a few seconds before bursting, either on their own or on contact with another object. They are often used for children’s enjoyment, but they are also used in artistic performances. Assembling several bubbles results in a foam.
When light shines onto a bubble it appears to change colour. Unlike those seen in a rainbow, which arise from differential refraction, the colours seen in a soap bubble arise from interference of light reflecting off the front and back surfaces of the thin soap film. Depending on the thickness of the film, different colours interfere constructively and destructively.
Soap bubble performances combine entertainment with artistic achievement. They require a high degree of skill. Some performers use common commercially available bubble liquids while others compose their own solutions.
Some artists create giant bubbles or tubes, often enveloping objects or even humans. Others manage to create bubbles forming cubes, tetrahedra and other shapes and forms. Bubbles are sometimes handled with bare hands. To add to the visual experience, they are sometimes filled with smoke, vapour or helium and combined with laser lights or fire. Soap bubbles can be filled with a flammable gas such as natural gas and then ignited. (Wikipedia)