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Well, last weekend I had an unusual experience of ‘repeat business’. Obviously, we all enjoy a re-booking as it’s a sure sign the client enjoyed our work and received value for money. On Friday I had the quickest re-booking in my career! I had spent the evening at the Victorian Warehouse in Manchester, entertaining Graham and Jess’ wedding guests. They were a fantastic crowd. Graham and Jess are clearly very popular and well-loved: the guests had come from all over

Why do you need to book a magician with public liability insurance? Well, it’s not because something might go wrong when he saws a guest in half! No, it’s much simpler than that. Imagine your beautiful (and expensive), wedding dress being splashed with red wine as the magician makes an over enthusiastic sweep with his magic wand. Or your valuable ring being disappeared and then returned again…minus a diamond or covered in scratches. Sadly, this type of thing does happen

  Here are three things a wedding magician can bring to your wedding. First, as everybody gathers for the wedding and waits for the couple to arrive, a wedding magician can perform stroll around magic. This brings families and friends together. Of course, the immediate family will almost certainly have already met. Aunts, uncles, grandparents and friends probably won’t have. A wedding magician can perform tricks to small groups of people. We don’t just show guests tricks, though. We engage