A Close-Up Magician In Birmingham: Sleight of hand, Pickpocketing, Mind Reading & Comedy
Looking to make your next event memorable? Close-Up magic will go a long way in making your next event in Birmingham, unforgettable!
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Kate, Wylde Green
I will guarantee you a first class performance
I offer a triple treat of sleight of hand, comedy and pickpocketing!
Fantastic feedback from hundreds of satisfied clients
Let me be the ultimate wedding guest, keeping your wedding brimmed with excitement and fun! Book me to bring the magic in more ways than one!
I’ll guarantee to:
With twenty years of professional experience, you’re in safe hands. As a multi-skilled performer, you won’t find many magicians with the skill set I possess (I’m sick of being modest!):
Invest a little thought and time into your wedding entertainment – your guests will love you for it!
Corporate events need not be stuffy occasions – hire a great close up magician to entertain the troupes. Ideal for award nights, impressing new and existing clients or for novel entertainment at the Christmas party. Close up magic can be the perfect icebreaker!
With countless events under my belt, I know the drill! I’ve engaged with every type of audience so you’re safe hands.
For large events, I have teamed up with a fine selection of other professional magicians (local to Birmingham) who I can call upon to entertain the masses.
Firstly, if you’re looking for the cheapest, I’m not him! I understand everyone has a budget but if you’re limited on what you can spend, I suggest you save your pennies!
They say, you get what you pay for and this is certainly true. Searching for the cheapest magician may seem like a good idea but ultimately, it will be money wasted. There’s nothing worse than watching an act that isn’t slick and can’t deliver on entertaining your guests.
Expect to pay between £450+ for a quality close up magician in Birmingham. Other variables will increase this; time of year, location, additional hours required, type of event etc.
This isn’t a hard and fast rule though. There will be exceptions but can you afford to take a risk? If you have received a quote that is significantly lower than £450 for two hours, do a little homework; Check for videos and recent photos – are the audience having a great time? Next, check for recent reviews on third-party platforms such as Google and FreeIndex.
If you like what you see – then go for it!