October the month of trick and treats for Halloween was a very busy month indeed with lots of corporate events, parties and weddings.
Here is what I got up!
Performed as a corporate magician for Eclipse Internet. I had a fantastic time entertaining everyone with money, mind and card tricks, In fact I even created a couple of bespoke magic tricks for the new products they were launching that day. I very kindly received this testimonial from Eclipse Internet shortly after the event:
“Thanks for bringing some incredibly unique magic to our Launch Party Matt! Our guests were amazed by your tricks and we were very impressed with the effort you made to involve our new products into your routine. It really had a great impact and your professional approach will certainly keep you in our minds for any future events!”
Below you can see some photos from this fab event:
Saturday the 6th was a busy day, I had 3 events. First I was hired to entertain as a Kent wedding magician for Vicki & Vic at their wedding afternoon tea. Vicki sent me this message:
“Matt was an excellent choice of magician! His tricks were amazing, he was friendly and fitted in well with our guests. He made a real effort to get round to everyone during the time he was with us. He made a huge impact on our guests and people are still talking about his tricks now!” – Vicki.
Up next I made my way to East Sussex to entertain as a Hailsham Magician for a 60th Birthday celebration for Graham. My attendance was a surprise for Graham organised by his family, Jemma booked me for his birthday, lets see what she had to say about me:
“Firstly, I’d like to say, Wow, Matt is a truly fantastic magician!! I called Matt in a panic to see if he could entertain my family at my dads surprise 60th birthday as we had been let down on the morning of the party by another magician. I was relieved to hear that yes he could fit us in in-between two other bookings. I had seen his YouTube videos and was impressed, but watching him entertain us all in the flesh was literally magical, he wowed us all, and I think the most impressed was my 6 year old son, he helped with a card trick and the look on his face was priceless!! I would highly recommend Matt, not only is he entertaining but a lovely guy too, good luck with everything you do, many thanks again you made the party very memorable!!” – Jemma.
To finish the day off I was entertaining as a anniversary magician in Newick, East Sussex for Scott and Leela. Here are a couple photos from the event:
Even more corporate magic followed this October entertaining at Crowborough Beacon Golf Club. All the guests made me very welcome and the magic went down a treat:
“I have had some very good feedback on your act from the members that where present last night at the dinner. To the man, they thought the tricks that you performed at the tables were stunning and they are still trying to work out how you did them. I would like to thank you on behalf of us all for really great magic. – Mike Theobald.
Like most months I entertained at a couple of birthday celebrations throughout the month one of which was in the beautiful village of Alfriston.
The other was a very special 60th party where I entertained as a Hove magician for some incredibly friendly guests, below you can see some photos of me performing as a 60th birthday magician:
As the title of this blog/news post mentions I spent most of the month providing entertainment for corporate companies, below you can see some amazing photos from me performing as a corporate magician London.
I ended off the month performing tricks and treats at BEDBAR Nightclubs in Woking & Reading as a Halloween magician for their spooky weekend! It was an epic atmosphere.
(Photos copyright of www.shawnbishop.co.uk)
I received some amazing tweets from some of the guys at the BEDBAR venues:
Well that’s it for this month, I hope you have enjoyed this edition of Matt Parro – Magician News.
Remember if you’d like me to entertain at one of your events, you can get in touch via the enquiry form on the left or get in touch on the contact page.
All the best – Matt Parro.