Virtual Magic & Mind-reading Experience
Be Amazed! Virtual Magic & Mind-reading Experience
Join an amazing Magic Circle Magician & Illusionist for an incredible night of virtual entertainment.
This interactive laughter filled virtual magic and mind reading experience is an incredible new form of entertainment that takes place right in front of your very eyes. Bringing together small groups of people to share an intimate experience, your magician will use ESP to read your thoughts via webcam and blow your mind with some incredible close up sleight of hand magic and illusion.This unique magical experience lasts 45 minutes and is fully immersive for all guests; with everyone being invited to take part in one of the various magical experiments and effects. Witness some astounding close up magic from the comfort of your home and share this one of a kind virtual experience with your friends, family or work colleagues, leaving you all asking, “How did he do that?!”
Andrew is a member of the prestigious Magic Circle and was invited to perform at Coleen Rooney’s £500,000 Birthday party covered by Hello Magazine. He has appeared at the illustrious Cirque Le Soir in Dubai and has been featured on BBC TV News for being one of the innovators of this unique form of exciting entertainment. Grab your ‘Front Room’ seats now for an experience that is full of fun, laughter and a whole virtual box of astounding magic tricks.
The experience includes:
- International Magician & Illusionist, An Exclusive 45 minute, fully Interactive virtual Magic & Mind Reading Experience, Can include after-show Q&A where your magician will teach the group a couple of magic tricks.
- Based on 8 people.
- Additional guests can be added at extra cost.
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