How far in advance do I need to book a Christmas magician?
Between 12 weeks to 6 months in advance. There are only so many dates over Christmas and the prime ones get booked up very quickly. The earlier you book the more likely I will be available
How much does a Christmas magician cost?
The price will depend on a number of factors such as date, number of guests attending, location, duration of the performance. You can expect to pay £350+ for a full-time professional magician with celebrity clientele and lots of great reviews. If you break that down, it’s probably the equivalent of £3.50 –£8.50 per person. That’s a large glass of wine at the venue bar.
What locations do you cover?
I regularly perform all over the UK and internationally so distance is not an issue. I am happy to travel any distance to be a part of your Christmas event proving the magical entertainment.
What are some of the best Christmas party venues for my event?
Well over the years I have loved performing at some fantastic venues including Claridges, The Ivy, The Four Seasons Hotel, Hatfield House, Knebworth House, Hanbury Manor and many more. They all offer unique settings that can really add to the Christmas spirit.
What is the best Christmas party entertainment?
Apart from having a world-class international celebrity magician I would say a good live band will always get the party started and guests on their feet.
How many guests can you perform for at my Christmas event?
I can perform to around 60-70 guests an hour so the more guests you have the longer I will need to be at your event to make sure all your guests can experience my unique brand of magic. I am flexible to work around the requirements of your event.
What sort of magic do you recommend for my Christmas party?
Depending on the number of guests attending I would suggest either entertaining during the initial drinks reception where I can mix and mingle with your guests. Or perform table magic during the meal entertaining guests between the courses ending before the all-important company speeches.