Booking Paul to perform intimate close up magic for your guests is always a sure fire way to leave them truly astounded with memories that really do last a lifetime. His award winning sleight of hand skills have taken him all over the world, performing at high profile events.
With the experience of performing all over the world, it makes no difference whether your guests are sitting at tables or standing, as Paul’s ability to break the ice, mixing and mingling with people is a sure fire guaranteed winner. Paul can keep all your guests entertained by mixing and mingling whilst the photographs are being taken before the wedding breakfast. This is a great time as photographers do tend to take up a lot of time during this part of the wedding, in order to get the best possible shots of yourselves on your big day.
The wedding breakfast itself is also an excellent time for Paul, who can perform close up miracles for your guests at their dinner tables creating a buzz and ensuring everyone has a great time.
The gap between the wedding breakfast and the evening function is also a perfect chance for a Paul to entertain as guests have to wait around until the evening function begins.
Thank you very much for your great performance., my client was extremely pleased. Hope to work with you again in the future!”
Monica Law – Marketing Product Manager, Liverpool City Council
“Just a big thanks for making our party really special… We loved every minute of it.”
Michelle Langton – Operations Director
“Just wanted to thank you for being so wonderful at my party, everyone commented on how great you were!”
Jackie Grundy – Lombard North Central
“What a great night with such superb magic. People have already asked if you can come back next year!”
Margaret Malcolm – Longton & District Motor Club LTD
“Thank you got putting in so much effort into the exhibition at Birmingham NEC. You kept us and the crowds very well entertained throughout. Your efforts in attracting people to our stand was incredible.”
Martin Green – UPM-Kymmene LED Shotton Paper