We are ready to entertain you with over 25 years of experience in the casino industry.
Anglia Fun Casino provides quality casino hire with Las Vegas style casino tables for your fun casino night, party or event. We offer luxury tables available for hire and come with fully trained croupiers and equipment. We also offer fun casino hire for birthday parties, corporate events, private parties, wedding parties, TV and film shoots, product launches, conferences, Christmas parties, team building events, or just a fun casino night with friends at home.
Our fun casinos entertain across East Anglia, including Norwich, Ipswich, Lowestoft, Kings Lynn, Great Yarmouth, Thetford, North Norfolk, Cambridge, Colchester, Bury St Edmunds, Newmarket, Stowmarket, and the rest of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex.
No matter what ideas you have in mind for your event, we are a safe bet for you and able to offer what you need to have a truly enjoyable experience, so why gamble on someone else.
At the beginning of the function, guests are issued with a set amount of ‘fun casino money’. This is exchanged at the tables for gaming chips, leaving your guests free to gamble the evening away. As the evening draws to an end the chips are cashed in and the amounts totaled. Prizes can be awarded to the person or persons winning the most ‘money’.
No license is required for Fun Casino entertainment, and non-cash prizes can be presented to the winner(s). Mobile Fun Casinos comply with the 2005 Gambling Act and the 1976 Amusement & Lotteries Act. Our trained croupiers will entertain your guests and are more than happy to explain the rules to any first time gamblers.
Whether you're celebrating a birthday, anniversary or Christmas party, launching a new product, we have something for you.
Add even more sparkle with the glitz of a fun casino. A fun casino brings all the guests together and is a great ice breaker to create a fabulous atmosphere.
There are many different ways for you to organise your charity casino event - to find out more please contact us!
This is the game where you can win so much so quickly. Players are allocated their own coloured chips which can be placed in a variety of bets and paid out dependant on their risk value.
|1 number - Straight up||35-1|
|2 numbers - Split||17-1|
|3 numbers – Street||11-1|
|4 numbers – Corner||8-1|
|6 numbers – Double line||5-1|
|12 numbers - 1st, 2nd, or 3rd Dozens||2-1|
|12 numbers - Columns||2-1|
|18 numbers - Red or Black, Odd or Even, High or Low||1-1|
Blackjack is the casino version of pontoon or ‘21’s you may have played when you were growing up. The idea of the game is to get closer to 21 than the dealer without going over (busting). You are initially dealt 2 cards then decide whether to take (hit) more cards or stay (stand) if you feel you are going to bust. All players play against the dealer and not against each other with the dealer playing after all the players have made their decision.
Casino Stud Poker
Five card poker with no drawing of extra cards, you battle against the dealer and not each other!
One of the most exciting games in the casino, you roll the dice and can win big, just like in Vegas!
Wheel of Fortune
You place your bets and spin the wheel, no skill, just pure luck!
Luxury packages from only £200.
We all had a great time and it was much appreciated, we sold £600 of fun money without a huge effort. I think your blue tables are really smart and the back drop really made the room look much more fun.
Really very good
Fundraiser, Annual Ball
You two were brilliant and everyone had such an amazing time! You were slick and professional whilst being great fun! Cannot express to you enough how much everyone enjoyed it. How on earth will we top this party??? Thanks again for a fabulous evening!
An extract from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport - Casino Nights Under the Gambling Act 2005 and informs you of the legalities about hosting your own fun casino night.
Casino gaming includes games like roulette and blackjack where players compete against the "house" or a banker, rather than against one another on equal terms.
Organisations that wish to provide casino games for charitable or other non-commercial purposes (e.g. to raise funds for a club or society) may do so under the prize gaming provisions in Part 14 of the Act. Non-commercial gaming of this kind may only take place at events where none of the proceeds from the event itself are used for private gain. For these purposes, the proceeds of an event constitute the sums raised by its organisers (including sums raised by way of participation fees, sponsorship, commission from traders, or otherwise) minus the costs reasonably incurred in organising the event. However, sums raised by other persons will not form part of the proceeds of the event and so may be appropriated for private gain. An example would be refreshments provided at the event by an independent third party.
Non-commercial gaming may be an ancillary activity or the only or principal purpose of the event. To qualify as prize gaming, the prizes (whether in cash or in kind) should be put up in advance, and must not be dependent on the number of players taking part or the amount of money staked. The players participating in non-commercial gaming must also be told what "good cause" is to benefit from the profits from the gaming. There are no statutory limits on stakes, prizes, participation fees or other charges for this type of non-commercial gaming. No licence, permit or other form of permission is required to operate this kind of gaming provided that the statutory conditions are complied with.
NB. This statement is intended to provide a general explanation of the circumstances in which "casino nights" can be operated under the Gambling Act 2005. It does not deal with every detail of the legislative provisions, or with the individual circumstances of a particular case. This fact sheet does not constitute legal advice and is not a substitute for the relevant legal provisions. If you are in any doubt about the legality of any gambling activities that you intend to promote or for which you intend to provide facilities, you are strongly advised to seek independent legal advice.
Department for Culture, Media and Sport - Casino Nights Under the Gambling Act 2005