No, although we and our games have appeared on television and been used for Tv productions many times and we have worked with Keith Chegwin who presented the Channel 5 TV version.
Yes, copies are available via the special hidden Client Section of our website
Yes, each of our adult It’s A Knockout's has at least one dressing up game (usually sumo-style padded suits).
We do not suggest It’s A Knockout for these occasions. One reason is that as taking part in such an adrenaline based activity such as this requires a certain amount of exertion, there is always the slight possibility that (if our safety instructions are ignored) and injury might occur, and that could spoil the big day!
Distance is not a problem for us, in 2015 we travelled as far north as Aberdeen down to as far south as Portugal. We've also been as far east as Kuwait.
As many of our games use water, rain does not stop them from operating, only peoples willingness to take part in it. Whereas many attractions and forms of entertainment stop as soon as the "heavens open", we are quite happy (and used to) carrying on, with maybe a few alterations to the way the games are carried out to reflect the conditions.
Knockout Challenge have based their games format on the television show “Interville” (Intercity) that started on French TV in the 1960's. The BBC first aired their version "It's A Knockout" in 1966 with McDonald Hobley, Charlie Chester and Ted Ray as presenters. Click here to read more about the television show in all its formats.
- Lively Compere Commentator
- Helpful Show Crew
- Professionally stage-managed show
- Arena sound system
- Arena barrier erecting (bunting)
- All the colourful inflatable's & props for the games
- 1st, 2nd, 3rd and ‘Booby’ prizes
- Generators to power the games/show
- Free site visit up to 100 miles (a small charge after that)
- Free venue finding/suggestion for clients
- £5m Public liability insurance
- Access to the Client Part of our website (see above)
- Blank publicity posters
- All equipment is safety checked (inc. inflatable's to ADIPS/PIPA standards which is an HSE guidance)
- Venue costs (such as hire and parking)
- First Aid Post – We suggest that a first aid post is supplied (if only to deal with bee stings and sun-stroke)
- Water supply – If you wish for "water" games, a water supply (such as hose pipe/fire brigade etc) must be laid onto within the arena. If this is not done we will substitute dry games for the wet ones.
An "It's A Knockout" from Knockout Challenge is great for Town & Village Shows, charity days, company fun days, gala's, festivals, carnivals, schools, colleges, universities, youth camps and activity days, arena entertainment and team building events.