Celebrity Clientele

Christopher Whitelock was thrilled to be invited to entertain at a house party at the London home of Sir Paul McCartney recently. The world-famous singer, songwriter and former Beatle was quoted as saying that Chris’s work is “Unbelievably, bloody brilliant astonishing magic”.

Furthermore, during one of his frequent trips to Dubai, Chris was able to entertain Pippa Middleton in the Emirates First Class Lounge at Heathrow, who commented “”Wonderful entertainment you are extremely talented”.

Now increasingly invited to entertain at celebrity events – a quick glance at the home page of this website reveals a lengthy list of famous names including Jeremy Clarkson, Chris Evans and Alex Jones from the One Show. Christopher is always keen to point out that he’s never happier than when he’s working at local events. So, diary permitting, anyone wanting to add a bit of celebrity dust, as well as some magic sparkle, to a birthday, anniversary or other special occasion can book Christopher too!

Asked about his growing list of celebrity clientele Christopher said: “I simply love my job and I’m delighted that it has taken me into the world of celebrity. Equally though working locally as a wedding magician or party magician in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire is great fun and I’m always happy to entertain audiences large and small whatever the occasion”.


CW Magic
15 Oct 2013

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