I hate to mention Christmas when we’ve only just waved goodbye to the summer – but if you’re planning a Christmas party, corporate event or winter wedding, then now’s the time to book the entertainment. And if you want to add a touch of magic to your Christmas party, then you’ve come to the right place!
I’ve been performing Christmas party magic for many years and know how to make things fun for your guests. If you’re organising a drinks reception for lots of people who don’t know each other yet, then I can help break the ice by entertaining small groups of people with my close up magic as I work my way around the room. It always gets them talking!
If you’re holding a formal dinner, I can keep diners entertained between courses with my table magic. This has the additional benefit of distracting the people on the tables that are the last to be served, so rather than sitting there hungrily watching diners on the other tables tucking in, they watch my act instead and don’t even notice the wait. I’ll then do a tour of the entire room, visiting each table in order – I’ll have liaised with the waiting staff beforehand so I know the order in which they’ll be serving and clearing the tables to make sure I know which tables will need my services most, and that I don’t get in their way.
Another way of entertaining dinner guests with magic is to put on some after-dinner cabaret magic. My act will last 30-40 minutes and is a mix of magic, mentalism, circus and audience participation which will bring the house down after a great evening of food and conversation.
My cabaret act is also a wonderful, fun way to round off a team building day (which I can also help with – it’s surprising how much learning magic tricks can help an individual improve their professional skills).
To say that it’s been a difficult couple of years is a bit of an understatement! People are tired and fed up and need something to look forward to. So if you’re looking for ideas for your work Christmas party, a big family get-together, or one of the weddings that had to be put on hold over the lockdowns, don’t you think your guests deserve to be spoiled? Maybe more so than in ‘normal’ years…
Great live entertainment is something that ‘stays’ with people for a very long time – it’s so much more personal than watching even the same thing on film or TV. And when it’s something they can become involved in, so much the better. Close up magic gives them the opportunity to interact directly with the performer and become part of the act themselves. Close up magic also creates an emotional connection, giving each small audience group a greater sense of community because they’re experiencing something powerful that’s actually exclusive to them. When you watch a magic act on the TV, you’re seeing the same as everyone else, but when I’m performing to a group of six people, there are only six people in the world who will ever experience that special moment. No wonder magic is so, well, magic!
The best magician I have ever seen, producing fire one moment then a block of ice the next. AMAZING.
Unbelievably, bloody brilliant, astonishing magic.
My card was frozen in a block of ice – it’s utter madness but sheer brilliance.
I don’t know whether to be amazed or to just burn you at the stake.
It’s truly baffling.
All I can say is just WOW.
OH MY GOD! How is that possible?
Outstanding magic. A magnificent eye catching performance.
Tonight I witnessed real magic happen right before my very eyes.
I was captivated from start to finish, exceptional entertainer.
One of the finest purveyors of the magical arts I have ever seen.
Utterly Mind Boggling Brilliance.