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Playstation by Rush :- a no-fuss adventure filled party venue

Party time for your kids – hands free

If you have a child’s birthday approaching and are finding the prospect of organising it and the ‘to do’ list too overwhelming, there are loads of child-friendly venues that host kiddies parties.

One of the newest on the block in Cape Town’s Southern Suburbs is Playstation by Rush – an indoor adventure park for children aged 2 to 13.

Playstation has a dedicated event organiser and also allocates a party host to make sure things run smoothly and the kids have the best time.

Fuss-free fun

Playstation has two private party rooms that can accommodate from 5 (minimum) to 20.

It’s about more than just good food, cake and fun. It’s about family and friends sharing special moments without having the worry of organising the party!

It’s simply a case of showing up and enjoying the occasion.

There are three party plan options, either catered or self-catered.

This includes two hours of play, party packs for the little guests and a gift for the guest of honour.

The team sort out everything from the setup to the fun and catering. And of course they clean up afterward. No mess, no fuss, for you!

Entertainment galore

And to keep the kiddies busy there is loads of action and something for everyone.

The adventure maze is a world of challenging levels, swing bridges and lots of nooks and crannies.

There’s a 4m climbing wall and a 40m bike track – you can bring your child’s own bike or borrow one from the park so they can race around and try to beat the clock.

For younger children there’s the little kids’ city and mini-slides. But one of the highlights, which even adults enjoy, are the super 6m long slides, definitely for the brave hearted!

For more information on the party plan options available from Playstation go to www.playstation.rushsa.co.za

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Fun mamma S.A. was created in 2012 by Mamma Bear, Judy MacGregor.as a Facebook community page to educate, encourage and inspire parents.

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