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.
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.
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: email@example.com