Table magic at the Royal Crescent Hotel

About the venue:

The historical Royal Crescent Hotel in Bath is located in one of the most renowned crescents in the world. This famous hotel was designed by the architect John Wood and it was built between 1767 and 1774. Interestingly, the Georgian stone facade remains much as it was when it was first built in the 18th century. It is among the best examples of Georgian architecture in the United Kingdom and has been a home for notable residents like Prince Fredrick, Duke of York, and the favourite son of King George 111. This massive hotel occupies no’s 15 & 16 of The Royal Crescent.  It is important to note that the Number 16 was a guest house in 1950, but in 1971 it was merged with number 15 to be part of the much heralded Royal Crescent hotel.

Table magic at the wedding

Chris was very pleased to be invited to perform at Peter & Rosemary’s wedding on the 9th of October. In-between courses, guests were entertained with a table magic performance. The table magic helps to create an exciting atmosphere and is also a safety net for any food delays, as Chris can effortlessly entertain the guests for much longer.Corporate Magician

The performance went very well as the guests were thrilled and the couple wrapped up the entire experience in these words: “You came highly recommended and after seeing you perform and work the crowd, I can see why the mind-boggling magic was being talked about all night. Thanks once again.”

To find out how Chris can make your special day more magical, get in contact today on 07747 141 238.


CW Magic
15 Oct 2015

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