So you have booked Chris to perform close up magic at your next event but want a way to finish it all off that leaves an even bigger lasting impression on your clients or guests?
Introducing the “End of the Show SHOW!” a concept that Chris has been using for a number of years on and off but is now able to make an option for ALL clients!
What is this all about?
The idea is that rather than just finishing after two or three hours of close up magic performance, Chris will engage the entire room before leaving and perform a short something for EVERYBODY at the end! Rather like a very mini Cabaret Magic Show, this performance is a great way for Chris to thank and say goodbye to everyone and also a fantastic way to end on a high!
At a wedding reception…
The “End of the Show SHOW” is the perfect lead-in to those all-important speeches and what better way to eliminate any pre-speaking nerves than have Chris perform a finale trick for everyone and use the first person on the speeches list!
That way Chris can put them at ease by being with them during the performance and then segue straight into introducing the first speech at the end of the trick – by this time the participant will be so comfortable having been involved in the finale that all previous concerns over making that speech will be a distant memory! Please note that this can only be added onto a wedding booking of three hours.
At a private party…
Whether it has been a big birthday bash or a private dining event for just a few, the “End of the Show SHOW” works perfectly as a way to round off the close up magic that has been happening throughout. Great to use the birthday boy/girl for the finale trick too – always gets a superb reaction!
At more low-key events like dinner parties, the “End of the Show SHOW” can be used as a way of winding up the previous performance once coffee has been served. This kind of situation often calls for a slightly subtler approach but rest assured that Chris has a wealth of experience that enables him to judge the audience and atmosphere of the event and tailor the final performance accordingly. For private parties, this can be added on to most time periods, depending on the size of the party.