This weekend, Bill Bailey visited our Campaign Paintball site with his kids in tow – although his broken wrist stopped him from playing.
A regular to our London paintball site, Bill Bailey wisely chose a fun, outdoorsy activity that his whole family could enjoy. And he did so despite the fact he recently broke his wrist while chasing his dog.
The British comedian, actor, and musican has great taste. A favourite on Never Mind the Buzzcocks, QI and Have I Got News for You, he knows a good paintball site when he sees one.
All junior paintballers are well catered for, with high-tech protective equipment and our wondeful staff looking after their every move.
Whether it’s birthday parties, family days out, or just a weekend activity, you’re guaranteed a fun day out at Campaign Paintball in London.
With 12 different movie sets to run around and a pub nearby for the adults, this Cobham paintball site works for the whole family.
And if you’re still not sure, Bill Bailey and his children aren’t the only famous faces our 100-acres have attracted. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie brought their son Maddox to celebrate his birthday!
Bill Bailey came down from London to Campaign again last weekend and this time it was not for his sons birthday, but for himself and a few friends! ” Why should my son have all the fun. I could see he was really enjoying it, so I thought I would give it a go this time…it was brilliant ”
Comedian, musician, actor, TV presenter and author, Bill Bailey was listed by the Observer as one of the 50 funniest acts in British comedy and was voted the 7th greatest stand-up comic on Channel 4’s 100 Greatest Stand-Ups.
We hope to see Bill and his friends again soon.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie came to Campaign Paintball to celebrate Maddox’s 12th birthday. Maybe they will come back to Campaign for their wedding.
Martin Lewis and Saira Khan spent the day at Campaign recently filming an episode for The Money Show for ITV.
It was quite bizarre, they were talking about how to save money on credit card use, Debt, Savings, Energy etc. while dressed in full Campaign combats and shooting paintballs at ‘Extra’s’ holding signs with the names of various high street stores!
It was a lot of fun and the whole crew had a great time. Martin has promised to get a crew together and come down for a proper day of Paintball in the near future.