Kevin just makes it work, whether it’s the guys, the girls, the grannies or the grumpy uncle. He charms them and amazes them. And makes your day just that tiny, little bit more memorable for your family, friends and loved ones.
He’s married, he’s been there. At the foot of the organisational wedding mountain. Exciting and scary. Sometimes boring – sometimes amazing. And he makes the process easy. On the emails, before the booking, and especially during the big day itself. Kevin is there to charm your guests when you’re off (delete as appropriate) having your photos done / chasing kids around / hiding from in-laws / stealing a moment with your partner. And when you’re back, and find a moment to relax, he’ll blow you away too, and leave you a little impossible treasure for your memory box.
If you book him, and believe me you won’t regret it, expect to see roses produced in a flash of light, amazing demonstrations of sleight of hand, finger rings levitate, neck ties disappearing from the neck of the wearer. As soon as one group sees a performance, they respond with clapping or laughing or gasping, others want to know what is going on. Word soon spreads throughout the room and before you know it a wonderful atmosphere of fun and anticipation is created. Bottom line is that he cares about every audience deeply and only wants to create joy and happiness…. And the odd “freak out” moment, but when a pack of cards turns to glass in your hands there’s very few other emotional responses available.
I can only imagine you get tons of emails like this one but I Just had to write to say a massive thank you for entertaining everyone at our wedding. All we could hear around the breakfast tables the morning after were ….. “how did he do that??” , ” did you see when he …” & “what about when he …” !!!
My new years text from Rachel & Simon said “Happy new year, we’re still talking about Kevin ” !!! Little Rob rang and asked me for your web site & is still trying to take his thumb off !!! & my two 90 year old Aunts really fell for you so I think you’ve pulled there !!!
You honestly turned our wedding into something special & more memorable than we ever expected.
I Just can’t thank you enough.
With Love, thanks & a happy new year,
PS ……….. I will email you some photos when we get sorted & don’t hesitate to give others our email address or phone number if they are thinking of booking you x
What are the best times for a Performance?
Closeup magic is usually best. It’s flexible and can really enhance a wedding celebration. Of course I love being centre of attention also and am happy to do a stage show for everyone, best email about your day and how you want me to fit in.
Option 1: During the Photos/Reception
The photos are typically taken immediately after the ceremony, before the kids have a chance to get messy. Many guests are not involved with the majority of the photos and this is the ideal time for close up magic.
Option 2: During The Wedding Breakfast
As guests settle down for the meal, you may want to inject some table magic. Each table gets a bespoke performance, bottles of beer appear, bottles of wine disappear. And Kevin does some tricks too.
Option 3: The Evening Reception
Often evening guests arrive for the reception after the meal is finished. A Magician can provide close-up magic for guests as they appear, before the music gets into full swing.
Regardless of the above options, every Wedding Day is different. If you’d like to speak to Kevin about your specific Wedding Day requirements, please fill out the form on the contact page and he will get back to you as soon as possible, and usually in less than 24 hours…