Table Magicians


Having a magician at a function creates an ice breaker, a talking point, it gives your guests an experience to savour at the table before the evening moves into the auction, cabaret or music.
However, bigger events, require the magician to visit more tables and therefore the less time to perform at each table. 
That’s why if there are more than 10 tables a second magician is a great idea. Sometimes a team of magicians is required to work grand scale functions.
"As always your team went down fantastically. I know within my team we were once again amazed by the performances."
Lionel Cashin
Daisy Ball organiser

Let's Do the Maths...

Dinner is usually three courses over a 90 minute period. (It can often take longer as between courses are games, speeches, explanation of silent auction, a chance to raise money for charity, or even a cabaret spot)
Of that 90 minutes guests will generally be eating for 30 minutes.
This could be extended by performing while guests are eating, however, I will not do that unless absolutely necessary. The food should be enjoyed as chef would want it, hot and uniterrupted. The menu will never say:- 
Fillet Mignon with rich balsamic glaze, crushed potatoes, asparagus and a card trick!
Allowing guests to enjoy the food is a very important part of the evening. This is, in their eyes, what they have paid for.
We are now left with 60 minutes for the magicians perform at every table.
Ten tables gives the magician just six minutes at each table, assuming there is no waiting for guests to return to the table from the bathroom, a cigarette run or from chatting to another table.
By having more than one performer the magicians longer to engage the table, leaving your guests with lasting memories of a truly magical and wonderful event.
As a recommendation one magician for every eight tables a great start point. However, more magicians = more magic at each table.
Mark has an elite team of top class magicians he can call on to meet the numbers required for your function. He also has a hand picked team of wonderful non-offensive caricaturists and silhouette cutters for something different, which also presents guests with a beautiful memory of the evening to take home.
For something more unique, Mark has organised tarot card readers, belly dancers, musicians, mime artists, jugglers, and fire artists. 
It is often easier to talk through your requirements for a larger function, so if you click here and fill in the form, Mark will be happy to call when it is convenient for you to talk through how he can help make your event unforgettable.