Bringing the magic to a house party

On the 17th of October 2015, Chris was invited to perform at a private house party in Harpenden. In his inimitable manner, Chris performed an intimate parlour/cabaret show that thrilled the guests. The cabaret show lasted for 30 minutes and had a mixture of close-up effects and some large-scale magic, involving participation from all 18 partygoers.

The host and guests all had an awesome time as the cabaret show entailed a story that involved audience participation. What captures the imagination of guests during a Cabaret show is the ability to witness Chris magic performance live rather than watching it on TV.

Magic for house parties

The thrilled party host had this to say about the show “Christopher’s performance was just what I was looking for. He was superb as I wanted something different to entertain my guests and thought a show after dinner was perfect. Everyone was involved and it created a great atmosphere and a wonderful talking point afterwards.”

To Chris, audience engagement is very important, hence, the choice of the relevant magic performance to suit the event. The enthusiasm to entertain and excite guests at these performances is paramount for Chris.

To find out more about CW Magic and how some enthusiastic magic could light up your next event, get in contact today by calling 07747 141 238.

 


CW Magic
21 Oct 2015

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