Hi I went last year, they had a magician on for about an hour and a quarter, which was more suitable to primary school children,
They had two guys - Del and - wonder if they did your one? It was a mix of entertainment and magic and many (if not most) of the children seemed to love it.
The children were sprayed with water and had a chance to ridicule their parents on stage - what more can you ask for, when you're in primary school (which all the children were) ?
they were a bit like the chuckle brothers, okay if you like that sort of thing. there seemed to be lots of groaning coming from the parents, the lucky ones had brought alcohol.
I noticed many of the parents trying hard to suppress their laughing when the humour was a little more "adult" or double-entendre.
Though they can be a little banal at times and a bit too slapstick, (not unlike Del and Jo) I have a bit of a softspot for the Chuckle Brothers
I confess that I also adore Carry On films and Laurel and Hardy....and I'm ex GS