The surprisingly
online magic show.

"He made the card
I imagined in New York
appear in his hands in London.

- A. Greenbaum

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Online Magic Show

Online magic show watch parties are the new wave in at-home Covid safe entertainment. Travel through cyberspace to Old Street, London and the magic studio of Christopher Howell. In the new interactive online show Extrasensory Deceptions he will read your mind, send you thoughts and make magic happen right through your screen. This is the solution to your Covid-safe entertaining dilemmas. Give your guests an online experience they will be talking about for ages.

An Online Magic Show For SOCIAL EVENTS
Pour some drinks and gather your friends and family together long distance in your 'virtual party room'. Booking Christopher's online magic show is a great way to get everyone laughing and connected.

Employee engagement is crucial when working remotely. But we have all had awkward video calls. Everyone talks over each other and you catch yourself shopping online. Researchers call it video meeting fatigue. You need a way to beat it and Christopher can help. When you book him as your interactive live online magician, suddenly everyone interacts and connects despite the distance. This is the perfect way to recharge everyone's batteries and show you appreciate them. Bespoke branded performances are also available.

There are plenty of ways to make live magic safe as well. Contact Christopher to discuss your event as he has lots of suggestions for live Covid safe entertainment.

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Magicain Christopher Howell holds card in London


1.   Who is this online magic show suitable for?

The show is designed for adult audiences. However it is 'family safe' so young people from around 12 and up will have their socks knocked off as well.

2.   How many can watch a show?

An average number is around 5-20 devices per show, with 1-2 people per device. Although this show works well for as many as can attend.

3.   How much does it cost?

For private bookings, Christopher shares this show on pay-what-you-can basis.  You organise the audience and then you and/or your guests pay online afterwards. An average payment is around £20 per device or between £80 - £500 per show. For corporate bookings, a set fee applies. Get in touch to know more.

4.   How long is the show?

Either a 20 or 45 minute show is available, depending on what is best for your situation.

5.   What do I need to watch a show?

The audience needs to download Zoom (if you need to use another platform, just get in touch). It is recommended that you use the largest screen you have available.