“How in the world did you do that?!”
Your guests often have a challenge. How can they break the ice and have something interesting in common to talk about? Christopher Howell is a close up magician London event organisers book to give their guests plenty to talk about! He introduces your guests to each other and gives your party a special excitement and wonder.
His classic close up magic package is performed mix-and-mingle so it’s ideal for your drinks reception or as table entertainment between courses. The format is interactive, it’s playful and sometimes uses borrowed items to perform the magic, encouraging guests to meet each other.
Christopher is a Member of The Magic Circle and is one of London's most sought after close up magicians. In your search to decide who is the best close up magician London has to offer your party, consider that he has trained with master magicians in Las Vegas, Chicago and London. Christopher has also performed around the world for private parties, corporate entertainment and celebrity events. On top of that, he has featured in commercials and has performed at celebrated venues such as The Magic Castle in Hollywood and the Wintergarten in Berlin.
Check out the photos of Christopher in action as a close up magician.
The intimate close up magic package means magic is performed in a dedicated room at your event. Small groups or a few people at a time go in to enjoy interactive command performances they’ll never forget. It offers a private magician experience guests love.
Fashion designer Stella McCartney wanted a superb close up magician and chose this package for an elegant main event for a recent London Fashion Week. It took place at The Royal Institution in Mayfair. Christopher had the opportunity to entertain the star-studded guest list including Academy Award winner Colin Firth, Dame Leslie Lawson (Twiggy) and Sir Paul McCartney.
Christopher has proven to be the London close up magician of choice at other celebrity events on various occasions for the film, music, fashion and television industry. Some of these special occasions included new season launches for Canali and Hackett menswear and a new magazine edition release in Paris for The Gentlewoman magazine.
Christopher's deluxe close up magic package builds on his classic version in a theatrically immersive way. He appears as his extravagantly comical alter ego Norvil whilst two glamourous vedettes assist him with his close up magic performances. Together they dazzle and delight your guests in equal measure.
The best parties have the most unusual guests so with Norvil and the Vedettes you're sure to invite the most unusually magical guests of all. Together they will work the room with their comedy walkabout shows and give your guests entertainment they'll never forget.
Close up magic is great while guests stand with drinks or sit at tables. Or in a dedicated room for small groups to go watch one at a time. It is usually best early in the event and should be planned before a band or DJ kick off.
Close up magic is impressive because it happens right in front of your eyes and is interactive. It can work flexibly around what else you have planned. There are three close up magic formats to suit different kinds of events.
Apart from incredible magic, the success of a close up magician at an event has a lot to do with their personality and interaction with your guests. Clients say Christopher has an easy manner as he interacts and shares his wonders. He also has impressive professional credentials.
Cost depends on a variety of factors including location, date/s and what package you wish to book. Get in touch to check availability, get entertainment ideas, and receive your free quote.
A good rule of thumb is to expect about 40-60 guests to have a performance with an hour’s time. It’s slightly different with every group and depends on a number of factors.
Your number of guests and budget will decide if it is advisable to have more than one magician. If so, Christopher can arrange this for you. This will save you time and hassle of needing to coordinate multiple performers.