Watch out – it’s contagious…
Laughter, that is! At Starlight Parties in hospital wards and hospices across the UK, children’s spirits are lifted with laughter, magic and fun.
Being in hospital can be a scary experience for young patients – and equally hard for brothers, sisters and worried parents too. Starlight Parties, complete with clowns, face painters, party food, decorations, party packs, games and goody bags, create a positive experience for the whole family.
“I can’t decide who enjoyed the Starlight Party the most – children, parents or staff! Everyone said afterwards how much they had needed the laughter.” Play Specialist, following a Starlight Party in her hospital
We’ll provide goody bags, tableware and funds for party expenses such as entertainers, face painters, disco, theatre troupe and food.
Please note that the Starlight Party service will be ending on 30 September 2016 as we replace it with two exciting new services. Please keep an eye on the website for updates.
If you would like to apply for a party to take place before 30 September 2016, please download the following documents:
Learn more about our hospital services programme on the dedicated Hospitals and Hospices page.
For a fifth time Starlight was chosen to benefit from The chancellor of the Exchequer’s Christmas Party at 11 downing Street held on Wednesday 10th December. The Chancellor, The Rt Hon George Osborne was in festive mood as he and Pixie Lott were there to greet the forty five seriously ill children that attended. There was plenty to keep the y...
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The children of Birmingham Heartlands Hospital celebrated the jubilee in style thanks to a special party pack from Starlight.