Are you able to do a stage show for our event?

Ask a Magician, a series of blog posts answering your questions! – Issue II

Stepping out on Stage!

Today’s question was received in a recent email from Amy in Birmingham, she writes:

Are you able to do a stage show for our event?

corporate stage magicianYes! In fact, that’s a popular choice for this time of year, what with all the Christmas parties going on. It’s a great way to add a real WOW factor to your event. I tend to find these are usually in the evening, but I have performed my stage show during the afternoon too. Either way it brings people together, with a type of magic that isn’t commonly seen.

Lots of magicians perform close up magic. I do too, but stage magic honestly is one of my favourite types of shows to perform. That’s why I’ve put in the time and effort to carefully craft a stage magic show that combines magic, mind reading, and comedy and can play for up to 400 people.

It’s not easy to entertain a large crowd, to keep them hanging on your every word. With that in mind, you won’t want to choose someone who is just “giving it a go”. You want someone who has done this before, right?!

Well, I’ll draw on my training in the worlds of acting and comedy, as well as my experience running my own regular monthly magic stage show to make sure you and your guests have an unforgettable experience. You’ll be watching an expert at work, and the best bit is, you get the credit for booking such an accomplished magician!

It’s a thrilling journey through the world of magic, and I would love to bring it to your celebration. I realise this post has been a little self-promotional, but I really do have the chops – why not see my online reviews on google, or a sneak peek of my stage show below:

If you’re also looking for a stage magician, then see my stage magic page, or my after dinner events page, for more information about my experience in this rare form of magic.

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