Get your guests talking and laughing at your event. The magic that Mark performs can help you create a unique and memorable experience for your guests by showing his close up magic skills and wowing spectators whether it's making a card change in their own hands, or having a piece of their jewellery end up in his wallet... in someone else's pocket! (The guy on the picture was a bit of a skeptic...)Make an enquiry
Close up magic is just that. Close up. No mirrors, no cameras just raw entertainment. Guests often comment that they have seen stuff like that on TV, but never up close... and they love it. It's really the perfect conversation starter and you can be sure your event will be buzzing by the time Mark is finished.Watch the showreel
Many of the 5 star reviews that are posted comment on how professional Mark is when entertaining. His act is finely tuned to give the best reactions but he is also a master at reading the guests. Not everyone will like the same kind of illusions, so Mark caters for everyone he can with a wide variety of magic from cards & coins, mentalism (Derren Brown style effects) and even tricks with lemons and an onion!See the facebook reviews
After the wedding ceremony everyone will want a piece of you. You'll be like Wills & Kate (or Wills & Wills, or Kate & Kate) stepping onto the balcony of Buck Palace. Mayhem! The photographer will be pulling you here and there and gathering your family and friends around for the formal photos.
If you're staying at the same venue, they may want to turn the room around for the Wedding Breakfast. This is an ideal time for magic, as while you're off having photos, Mark can introduce himself and get the guests chatting.
Guests often mention at weddings of having not much to do while everyones standing around posing for photos, so some light entertainment is usually welcomed.
This can lead onto the wedding breakfast, where Mark can continue around the tables if required. This is also ideal as not everyone always knows each other at weddings or around the dinner table and magic can strike up good conversation, even between different tables.
The evening is the most requested time for wedding magic for Mark. A lot of wedding couples will invite their evening guests to attend from 7pm (ish). So with that in mind, Mark can entertain your day guests a little before and then into the arrival of your evening guests throughout the evening.
The reason this works so well, is that once the daytime guests have experienced some magic, they want to tell other people... so who better than the evening guests. Mark then visits those groups again but with more people... and you have yourselves a wedding reception that's buzzing!
You can also hire Mark to be there for the arrival of your evening guests and into the night. Mark will stroll amongst your guests looking to get people chatting, laughing and in the mood to party!
Also worth noting that if Mark stays any longer, there are no additional costs, he is definitely not a clock watcher!
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