I don’t normally attend wedding fairs as they are usually held at the weekend when I am working. However, yesterday I attended one at the Mortimer Arms Hotel, just 3 miles from where I live and passed an enjoyable day entertaining visitors while promoting my services to those planning their weddings. It seemed to go well and I hope it will prove as productive as it was enjoyable.
By way of contrast, I’m entertaining at a care home in Bournemouth this afternoon.
Why not add a touch of magic to your special day?
Magic is increasingly popular at weddings where it can be used to entertain guests while the photographs are being taken, in the bar prior to the wedding breakfast where it can act as the perfect ice breaker where some guests may not know one another, between courses during the wedding breakfast and perhaps afterwards in the bar prior to the evening disco.
A cabaret act can be performed as a main item of evening entertainment.
My style of close up magic goes down well at weddings. I offer a polished act that is very audience participative without causing embarrassment and I perform a special effect for the bride and groom.
Close Up Magic is the ideal choice for a wedding as I can also entertain any children present during the speeches with my exciting children’s show. Sometimes I am employed simply to entertain the children. Naturally an adult presence is required. See “children’s parties.”