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Mentalist in London for a wedding at Rumpus Room

First performance of the year this Saturday in London, for a wedding. The wedding of S and B .took place at Rumpus Room (20 Upper Ground, South Bank, London SE1 9PD)

Mentalist in London for a wedding at Rumpus Room

Mentalist in London for a wedding at Rumpus Room

Mentalism : A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

As a mentalist in London, and member of the Magic Circle, i invited a committee of volunteers onto the stage, where they proceed to cover his eyes with gauze, tape, and finally, a blindfold. They then lead him to a chair which he sits
in, with his back to the audience. Before the committee is dismissed, they are asked to silently choose among themselves one individual to stay on the stage, with the others returning to their seats.

The spectator who remains is then asked to take a deck of playing cards left on the floor of
the stage, and open and examine the packet. Once they are satisfied that the cards are above board, they are then asked to take the deck in their hands, and throw them in the air, attempt- ing to catch a single card as it falls. They do so, and they show the card to the crowd. The Men- talist asks whether the spectator would like to trade their card with one of those on the floor around them. Regardless of whether a change takes place or not, the Mentalist correctly divines the playing card chosen and shown to the audience. The spectator is then asked to leave the stage and proceed to any row in the audience, and, once there, to just stand in the aisle next
to it. The Mentalist then announces the makeup of the row: male, female (Dazzling necklace!), female, male (Nice tie – LOVE the color green on you!), male, male, small child (presumed male), female, empty seat (YOURS, I think!), female, male.

I then then asks the spectator standing in the aisle to point to another audience mem- ber, who is asked to stand. I then described them exactly along with a reading of their personality. They are asked to remain standing, and to point to another member of the audience, who is asked to stand and point to a third audience member. These three are asked to reach into their pockets and take out something that may be there and to hold it high above their heads for everyone to see. Then I proceed to reveal what each person is holding.

Finally, all are asked to sit down with the exception of one, who is chosen by the committee
by playing rock, paper, scissors or some other random means of selection. The lone spectator who remains standing is asked to point to a final audience member and then sit down. The person pointed to is asked not to identify themselves by speaking in any way, and to proceed to a whiteboard on the stage, where they are asked to either draw a picture, or to write any word they would like. After they do so, the spectator is asked to erase what they have just done and to try again. I asked for complete silence, and then listens closely to the sound of the marker on the whiteboard. After a brief pause, the Mentalist reveals what was just written or drawn on the chalkboard, what color marker was used, gives a description of the spectator, and hesitantly but accurately also describes the first word or drawing that they spectator wrote on the whiteboard.

This effect seems all the more incredible because a blindfold is employed – one that has been inspected and applied by the audience themselves and because a strict silence is imposed at all times!

And finally, let me take a moment to point out that nothing at all seems suspicious about a con- federate in the audience taking notes if they have introduced themselves to those around them as a member of a local newspaper who is here to review the show.

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Magician mentalist in London for a wedding, at Amba Hotel Charring Cross

Magician mentalist in London for a wedding, at Amba Hotel Charring Cross

Magician mentalist in London for a wedding, at Amba Hotel Charring Cross

Magic performance this Saturday for a wedding in London. What a pleasure to find Peter and Mary for their union. We had met one year ago to prepare the best for my wedding.  This discussion was an opportunity for me to better understand their personality, understand their expectations.  So I proposed a mix between close-up magic during the cocktail and mentalism during the meal.


FivEsp MindReading

As a mentalist in London, Iasked a spectator to freely shuffle a deck.

After shuffling, I  taked the deck and starts walking throughout the stage, offering to 10 different spectators, 5 different cards from the deck. Each spectator is asked to look at his respective card.

Perfect, now I’m going to blindfold myself, I want to read the thoughts from every spectator that’s present today… I want the 5 of you to look at your card and then come up here and make an organized row, please.

Have someone help you with the logistics of coming up stage, making the row, etc. “Please give them a nice and big round of applause…

I was is really blindfolded and looking towards another place. An alternative to using a blindfold could be a curtain that gets positioned in between the spectators and the Mentalist.

I invited every spectator to make an organized row, first he explains himself physically how the ideal route should be followed and how they should only show their card when they are at the front of the row.

The scenario could be something like this:

You could do it with 5 ESP Cards, objects, or whatever fits your presentation best. Obviously if the curtain is put on, there is no need for a blindfold. And viceversa! The black curtain only adds some mystery to the whole routine.

At the beginning of the experiment, the I pretend to make a mistake when trying to reveal the card that the spectator is showing to the public, for Example the card is the Ace of Clubs, yet he is not sure about it and says it’s the Ace of Spades, but he finally shows he is cor- rect. This helps to build more suspense into the trick.

Ok we are going to begin now… I warn you all that this experiment doesn’t always work but if at least I get an 80 % or more correct, I would still consider it amazing…!

“Spectator 1, please show your card to the audience…” “Everyone of you, just try to send this image mentally…”

This is not easy at all… I’m not sure… I think it’s a black card…” – he starts to draw something on a pad.

I’m not really sure… I’m going for this one… my mind is getting a lot of images right now…” “Please put the card inside your pocket, I’m going over there…

I  taked off his blindfold or opens the curtain and goes to the right side of the spectator.

First i showed his drawing more to the spectator than to the audience: Then he shows it to the spectator, saying:

Is it this card…? Just answer YES or NO” – The mentalist points to a drawing of card:

– No.
“Ok, which was your card?” – The Ace of Clubs.

– OK, that’s perfect… IN FACT my First Option really was the ACE OF CLUBS…” – The mentalist immediately shows the drawing again, now removing his hand from and calling attention to his perfect prediction:

Thank you Spectator No. 1 please take a seat…

“ I want Spectator No. 2 to get to the front of the row… please show the card to everyone in the public… it is important that they see it so I will be able to concentrate easier into various thoughts of the same object…”

Ok, now please visualize it yourself… see the color of this card in your mind… I’m seeing red… now visualize the number… ok, I’m seeing a 1… then a 0… is it the 10… of Hearts? “ –

Yes!!! – PERFECT! (Applauses)

Spectator No. 3, come to the front of the row, show your card to everyone.

Please everyone; including you… think of the sound of your card…

“Fine… every time you hear my fingers click… think of the sound of that number… (click, click, click…), ok I’m hearing a Three… Three… Three… I think it’s a Black Card… Is it the

Three of Clubs?” – Yes!!!! “Outstanding!!! “ (Applauses)

Spectator No. 4,get in the front and show the card, I’m going to take a card from the deck… I have a feeling about this… I don’t know if it’s ok or not, but I’ll think I’ll choose this one…

Please turn the face of the cards towards you… I’m going over there…

I picked up a “wrong” card and shows it to the audience, not to the spectator.

Then he stands at his side, and gets ready for the revelation.

Please concentrate on your card…you’re going to turn it over to the audience on the count on three, and I’m going to do the same, ok?

1… 2… 3…!” The mentalist turns over the card as well as the spectator … it perfectly matches! (Applauses)

Ok, now, for the final spectator… please don’t show your card to anyone… I want to make this one harder than the others… just stare at the card in front of you… try to say it mentally… but don’t speak a word please…

…Is it the Ace of Hearts?” – Yes!!!
“Thank you all very much; you have done a great job…” (Big Applauses)

Contact magician mentalist in London for a wedding

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Magician mentalist in London for a wedding at Skylon restaurant

Magician mentalist in London for a wedding at Skylon restaurant

Magician mentalist in London for a wedding at Skylon restaurant

Magic for a wedding this Saturday in London.  Laurie and Franck have joined forces at Skylon Restaurant. Mentalist in London, member of the Magic Circle, I was asked by this young couple to animate their evening.  I made sure to maintain a good balance between turns using dexterity and diversion of attention, and then mentalism.

Telepathy experiment with a phone

Mentalism uses various techniques such as neurolinguistic programming, influence or precognition. It allows to offer to the audience a different approach and assistance to live new experiences. I thus proposed to the guests to realize a telepathy experiment. To do this I used a phone.

It was an opportunity to check if information could be transmitted distance without visual contact. Every human being has already experienced telepathy, for example by guessing a state of mind or a nervousness of his children, while they were doing everything to let nothing appear.  Hear mentalist in London so I made a demonstration on this theme.

I managed to perceive what the viewer felt without him saying a word. The latter has drawn a geometric shape on a piece of paper lost among three papers. While the spectator put his hands on the papers, without any indication, I managed to feel if the drawing was under or not. As a final, I identified precisely on the paper was the geometric shape and I even began to describe as if I saw it with my own eyes.

Subsequently I proposed another experience of mentalism. I delivered a sealed envelope that contained a bank note. I asked the audience to randomly choose numbers.

A spectator dialed this series of numbers and my phone rang. Highlight of the show: the envelope contained a bank note with a serial number that corresponded to the series of numbers stated rather by random spectators.  Illusionist for over 20 years I work for many brands like Rolex, Ferrari, Porsche, Chanel.

You can ask me for various events such as product launches, weddings, corporate parties, whatever your type of event. It is very easy to contact me either by phone at +44 7413 350479 or by email




Mentalist in London for a wedding at Searcys at the Gherkin

Mentalist in London for a wedding at Searcys at the Gherkin

Mentalist in London for a wedding at Searcys at the Gherkin

The lovely couple, Monica and Ben recruited me this Saturday to host their wedding at Searcys at the Gherkin.

At the time of dessert, guests to evoke his strange passion for mentalism. He asked me to do a demonstration.  Mentalism: the lie detector  I then proposed a small lie detection experiment using three covers: a fork, a spoon, and a knife. After asking to choose mentally under cover or chance, I asked a few questions that I could choose to answer each time by lying or telling the truth. Without turning, I managed to quickly identify the cover that the viewer had chosen. Whenever the experience was renewed, I found the cover even more easily, as if I understood better and better the functioning of the mind of the spectator.


Three cards, one chance

I then turned my back on the participants and asked him to put three playing cards in front of him online. I then pointed out to him that he was the only one to know the order. I then asked him to mentally choose one of the three cards and memorize it. Once he had chosen his card, I was able to attack the heart of the experience. I asked him to focus on the three cards. Each time I found his map and his position.

Mental focus

Then I made the viewer work on his mental focus and I showed him how to use deduction techniques. While my back was turned, the viewer made a drawing on a piece of paper. This drawing was his original design, the one he had to imbibe for my experience. The spectator had drawn a tree. Subsequently he drew two other drawings related to his original drawing on two other pieces of paper. He then drew a sheet and a blank. Then as a mentalist in London and member of the Magic Circle, I did a little test of lie detector and I managed to guess without ever looking at what was his original design. I used it for that but faculty of analysis and deduction.

Subsequently perform card tricks and coins using manipulation and diversion of attention. My mentalism tricks and magic tricks have added real value to the wedding. If you too are looking for an illusionist in London for your wedding do not hesitate to contact me to get to know you better, that I better prepare this service in a personalized way. Indeed, I particularly want to offer a tailored service for all unions.

Imagine the heads of your guests when they see a ring fly for the eyes or when I say in their thoughts.

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Close-up party for a wedding at The Sir Roger Moore Room in London

Close-up magic this Saturday for a young couple, Jenifer and Chris Hetherington. They had recruited me as a mentalist magician in London to host their wedding at The Sir Roger Moore Room.

I took care to distract their guests with a maximum of varied turns, employing notions of diversion of attention, dexterity but also mentalism.

Prediction with a watch

Close-up party for a wedding at The Sir Roger Moore Room in London

Close-up party for a wedding at The Sir Roger Moore Room in London

Tricks were suitable for both the wine of honor and the meal. I realized a routine using the watch of the spectators. With humor I pointed out that both watches were showing the same time. Then I said that I was going to change the time on the watch of the spectator. I then simply turned his watch 180 ° so that the hands indicate a different time. It was again humor !  Then I put the watch of the spectator face down on the table and I said that I was going to make a prediction. I then left the game and asked the viewer to choose one and sign it on the face. I then wrote the prediction on the back of the chosen card. The latter has been set aside. Then I drew attention to my watch and moved my finger around the dial, while asking the audience to say stop when they wanted.  Once he told me stop I returned the production, but unfortunately it turned out to be wrong. I then returned the viewer’s watch and the hands indicated the time chosen by the viewer. I then booked a surprising final by taking the card on which was the bad prediction and tapped on the watch.  When I returned the production had also changed to match the chosen time.

Bottle through the table

Subsequently I realized a great classic of magic, the bottle found at the table. I put a borrowed coin on the table and put a bottle of wine on it. I surrounded the bottle with a towel leaving the pellet visible. After two failed attempts, it was finally the bottle that completely crossed the table, much to the surprise of the spectators  Love fusion  Finally, I realized a routine that is perfectly appropriate for the bride and groom. I had Chris sign a card. Then this card was lost in the game. I then had Jenifer choose our card and I asked her to sign it as well and write on it a kind word for her new husband. His card was lost again in the game.  I then showed one of the cards facing the air in the play show that she was right next to the second card chosen. The two lovers were found.  I then took out both cards of the game, I showed them on both sides and then asked the two lovers to hold them against each other, between their fingers.  The two cards then merged to form one. I then leave to the lovers this proof of their absolute fusion.

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Close-up and mentalism in London for a wedding at the Ivy Chelsea Garden

Close-up and mentalism for a wedding in London this Saturday. Richard and Christina have joined forces at The Ivy Chelsea Garden. In this context they wished the intervention of an illusionist.

Close-up and mentalism in London for a wedding at the Ivy Chelsea Garden

Close-up and mentalism in London for a wedding at the Ivy Chelsea Garden

Materialize future choices

Mentalist magician in London, I wandered from groups to groups, to propose various experiences of magic and mentalism.  So I took out of my pocket a pack of blue backpacks, while announcing that this game was going to materialize future choices.  This game has the particularity of not having a printed face: this six have been replaced by the identities of handwritten cards. Each card has a different card name.  A spectator was asked to freely announce the identity of a playing card. Note that there is no forcing, no ambiguous choice and no restriction of any kind. The viewer chose the eight of hearts, which he named aloud. I pulled out the card on which was written the eight of hearts and put it in front of the spectators. Then I asked another member of the audience and asked him to think of a card to play any, as long as it was not the eight of hearts. The game was held in the position of the deal, faces in the air.

I then distributed the cards on the table one after the other, counting them aloud. I asked the audience to tell me stop as soon as I put on the chart table he had in mind. His card allowed us to choose a number between 1 and 52 at random. The cards were in turn distributed one after the other on the carpet. The spectators said stop at the 16th card which is so that was put on the carpet. The game was then assembled without any suspicious movement, stored in its case and inserted into the inside pocket of my jacket. I then pulled out of my jacket outer pocket a set of red cards. Sir this package was the inscription “prediction” on both sides. This game was taken out of the case, spread out in ribbon, revealing a real card game printed. This one was equalized and the cards were distributed on the table. The 18th card was the eight of hearts !

Mentalism experience with a voodoo doll

I chained with another mentalism experience. I gave the spectators a voodoo doll with needles. In the end, there was only a red cross left on the leg. I then opened an envelope that contained a prediction, revealing a picture of a doll with the red cross on the leg.

Magician but also mentalist in London, I propose very varied experiences whatever your event, whether it is a corporate event or a wedding.

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Magician mentalist for a wedding at Devonshire Terrace

Magician mentalist for a wedding at Devonshire Terrace

Magician mentalist for a wedding at Devonshire Terrace

Sam and Sarah got married this Saturday in London. A very nice union with more than a hundred guests!  The young couple had privatized a restaurant, Devonshire Terrace. In this context, they had sought a mentalist magician in London to animate their union.

They found my details on the Magic Circle website, of which I am a member.  This very private club brings together the best illusionists worldwide.

I started my performance with a series of card magic tricks but also manipulation of coins and rings.

Book and cards

Then during the meal I proposed several experiences of mentalism. I asked the guests to choose a word. To prevent my mind and language from influencing them, I used a random method with maps and a book.  I then presented two slates. On the first I wrote on it a prediction. I then took the second and put it on what I had just written to hide it. I then handed a spectator a book and a deck of cards. The spectator cut the game twice before cutting it into two piles. He then took the top and bottom cards of each stack. I then pointed out that the choice was made at four different places in the deck.

Once the four cards in hand, the viewer added their values ​​to obtain a total that indicated a book page. Once he had viewed the page, he put the cards back in the game. When I turned to him, I then asked him to add up the numbers that make up the page number and look for the word that occupied that page. rank.  The word was read aloud. It was the word phone. I then took slates shown my prediction: on the slate was written the word phone.

Prédictions with magazines

I then showed three different magazines and had one selected by a spectator and another by another. I then said that I wanted a page to be chosen for the test. So that there is no doubt about the honesty of the procedure, I asked various members of the public to whisper to me a series of numbers that I wrote on a notebook. The latter was given to the spectators who held the magazine.  The viewer in question added the numbers and opened the page corresponding to the total obtained. He then chose a word from his mood on this page, 77. I then took a slate I wrote a series of letters, which surprisingly ended up forming the chosen word. The second viewer opened his magazine a page chosen by a member of the public and counted up to position a figure chosen by someone else. I revealed this word.

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Magician mentalist London for a wedding in downtown London

Magician mentalist London for a wedding in downtown London

Magician mentalist London for a wedding in downtown London

This Saturday Barbara and Ben got married in downtown London.  In order to bring some poetry to this evening they asked me to intervene as a mental magician in London.

Mental challenge

I began my performance at the reception with a series of close-up magic tricks, close magic for the greatest number. I thus made disappear and reappear rings borrowed from the spectators.  Then during the meal I proposed several experiences of mentalism. I then presented a mental challenge, which was realized in an impromptu way, and which can be assimilated to an authentic reading of thought. I did write the name of a star on a piece of paper, and a date related to the star on a paper. I then took a blank note, writing something on it, which later turned out to be the date written by the viewers. The ticket bearing the name of the star being passed against my forehead, and I revealed a letter by letter the name of the star, David Beckham.

Subsequently, I distributed three pieces of paper on which the spectators wrote the names of three living persons and one deceased person. The bills were folded in four with the nuts inside. I took the notes, tore them up, and put them in an ashtray, separately. Each time, I burned papers with a match held on each separate pile. Suddenly, while burning the third battery, I announced it was the name of the deceased who was burning now. I even revealed that name. The fourth person in torn containing the name of the living remained on the table.

Magic Square

Mentalist in London, I also realized a trick with figures, the magic square. Then a thought reading. I used five or six blank cards and a small envelope. Four spectators have written their favorite food and the fifth a food he hates. The cards were collected by the participants and mixed.  The pronouns, write down, I mix them up a bit too and then place the deck of cards in the envelope. Then I put the envelope against my forehead and slowly revealed the name of the dish hated by the viewer. The pieces of paper were placed in front of the table. I passed, and found the one that bore the name of the food hate. I also guessed the name of the favorite dishes of the other spectators.

Of French origin, member of the Magic Circle, I took great pleasure to realize this tour on the theme of gastronomy.  If you are also looking for a mentalist magician in London for a wedding but also for a corporate event, just ask:



Mentalist in London for a wedding

Mentalist in London for a wedding

Mentalist in London for a wedding

New wedding this Saturday in London. The couple Barbara and Stephan joined two steps away from Big Ben, in a sublime church.  They had gathered their guests in a very nice restaurant. In order to bring a little conviviality to their evening, he wanted to use the services of a mentalist magician in London. They found my details on the Magic Circle‘s official website, “Find a magician”.  During this evening, I proposed impossible effects, using manipulation and mentalism experiences.

Mentalism with a pendant

So I proposed the following experience: a beautiful crystal pendant was placed on the table, a beautiful object that I showed to the audience. These are pendants hanging on a chain that can be opened, then where you can put a piece of paper. Remember that most pendants are designed to hold a photograph.  Then I tore a first sheet in notebook measuring 8 cm by 12.

After torn off this sheet, I took a pair of scissors and cut the sheet along five lines thus forming six strips of paper.  These six tips were given to six people and each one was invited to write the name of a friend. The name was to fill the entire space of the three divisions.  I had to explain to them the reason for such an approach later. I looked away while spectators were running.

Still without looking at them, I asked everyone to take the scissors and cut their strip into three pieces along the two vertical lines. Once this operation carried out, I asked them to put all their pieces together, their writings being not visible, and to mix them. Once all these operations were done, I turned back to them.

I then took the pendant and spoke of the virtues of the pendulum to determine, for example the sex of the people. I use the pendulum of the pendulum to show that it is silent to indicate a male, is in a straight line to indicate a female. I stood 5 cm above 18 pieces of paper littering the table, until they produced a reaction: the pendant began to oscillate in a straight line over a particular piece.  I picked up this piece, folded it without looking at what was written, and I put it in the pendant explaining that thanks to this first piece, the pendant could now find two other pieces of which it is the complement.  I then ironed the pendant over the pieces on the table until it oscillated again in the same way over one piece and then into the other.

That done, I put the third piece back in the pendant and added it to the other two, to form a complete paper tape, but so that what is written on it is still not visible. I spent the pendant above two pieces, he reacted immediately, proving that the name was written by a woman. All the ladies who had participated in the experiment were asked to raise their hands, and I passed the clock over the palm of the hand, in turn.

The clock oscillated over one of the hands, and I asked the audience in question if she had written the name of a friend on her piece of paper, which she confirmed.  This same spectator spread the three pieces of paper on the table, and we realized that the pendant did indeed contain the others, identical pieces that form the band on which is written the name of a friend.

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Magic and mentalism for a wedding in London

Magic and mentalism for a wedding in London

Magic and mentalism for a wedding in London

Magic and mentalism this Saturday for a wedding in London.  Bill and Stephanie are united in the English capital. This is a lovely couple, he is English and she is French.

They met in London and since then they have never left.  They had gathered this Saturday their best friends and loved ones for a friendly evening. In order to create a poetic atmosphere, he recruited me as a mentalist magician in London.  This setting, I proposed a mentalism experience at the restaurant where I exercised my mentalist magician skills in London.

Member of the Magic Circle, I presented a tour at the bar, while guests enjoy excellent cocktails. I blindfolded myself with a handkerchief and asked the bartender to take a bank note from his pocket and crumple it into a ball, then give it to me. I took it and held it on my forehead before returning it immediately. Always blindfolded, I put my hand in my pocket and I removed a business card and a pencil. I wrote three numbers on the business card. I took off my coat and asked the bartender to straighten the ticket and read the last three digits of his serial number. When he did, I gave him a card so that he could verify that these were the three numbers I had written.

Subsequently I chained with another experience of mentalism. A small black cassette was placed on a table, it contained a sum of money. A spectator was invited to participate in the experiment. I had a blindfold and stood about 3 meters from the tape. The viewer turned the tapes and we took out as much money as he wanted. In other words, he could take all of the money that it contained or nothing.

Then he closed the cassette and he came back to me. Without ever approaching the spectator’s cassette and without asking any questions, I announced not only at that moment the sum he had taken in the cassette, but also the exact dates appearing on the plays they had taken. .

The effect is so incredible that the audience thought I had an accomplice in the room. Which was clearly not the case!  Finally, I did close-up magic tricks while walking around in groups, including levitating the bride’s ring.

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