The virtual magician
make your online event fun, engaging and memorable.
Virtual Magic. Real amazement.
Imagine a private TV magic show that you and your colleagues participate in.
That’s exactly what it’s like when you book me as a virtual magician. It’s an interactive magic show over Zoom*. The magic will happen for you – I’ll read your mind, even if you’re hundreds of miles away!
Since March 2020, I’ve performed as a virtual magician for thousands of people, on every continent (OK, apart from Antarctica, I’m still working on that one!) The show works brilliantly for audiences small and large, and the feedback from clients has been amazing.
*Prefer Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, Webex or another platform? That’s possible too!
crystal clear audio and sound
When you’ve booked a virtual magician, you’ll want to know that you’ll be able to see the magic clearly.
I’ve invested in high quality cameras, lighting and microphones to ensure that your visual and audio experience is just as good as the magic.
My combination of HD video, broadcast-quality audio and special production software creates a TV-quality feel to my virtual magic shows. This means you can relax and enjoy the magic without missing a trick!
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easy booking process. it works like magic!
Virtual Magician FAQ
How does a virtual magic show work?
When you book me as a virtual magician, I’ll send you a link to a Zoom meeting. On the day, simply join the call and I’ll take care of the entertainment. The show is interactive so you’ll get to take part in the magic. You just need a laptop or other device and a decent internet connection. A glass of wine might be nice too, but that’s up to you!
If you want me to join your Zoom call (or MS Teams, Google Meet, Webex or another platform), that’s possible too. Get in touch for a chat about your event and how we can get the best out of it.
How long is a virtual magic show?
There are 3 different length shows to suit different events – 15, 30 and 45 minutes long. This is flexible though, so if you’re looking for something bespoke to fit into an existing event, just let me know!
Who is a virtual magic show suitable for?
My virtual magic show is mainly geared towards adult audiences – it is family friendly though! When I’m performing at virtual corporate conferences, many people bring their family into the room to watch the magic. Clients have mentioned that this adds something really special that they don’t get during “live” corporate events.
How long have you been a virtual magician for?
I’ve been a full-time professional magician for many years and started performing virtual magic shows in March 2020 when live events came to a standstill. Since then, I’ve performed my virtual magic show for audiences small and large, for virtual birthday parties and social events, and for corporate clients including Google, Deloitte, Pinterest, Credit Suisse, Cisco and JP Morgan.
I’ve also performed as a virtual magician on every continent! OK, apart from Antarctica, I’m still working on that one.
Is a virtual magic show actually any good?
Of course it is! OK, I’m probably a bit biased on this – I have been performing the show for almost a year, for 1000s of people all around the world. People are consistently writing nice things about the show and recommending me to their friends and colleagues. You can read some of the feedback from clients on this page, and watch videos with some highlights.
I’ve invested in a full home studio with high-quality video and lighting equipment to ensure the show looks and sounds as good as the content.
How many people can watch a virtual magic show?
My show is suitable for audiences of all sizes – I’ve performed for audiences of 2 people, over 1000 people, and everything in between! The show is interactive, and while some parts involve only 1 or 2 people from the audience, there are sections that everyone can be involved with.
Do you always perform your virtual magic show on Zoom?
Not at all! I’ve performed on all of the major video conferencing platforms and the show works on all of them. I tend to find Zoom is the best experience, but if you’d prefer to use Microsoft Teams, Webex, Google Meet, or something else, just let me know!
Do you send anything out to attendees?
My usual virtual magic show doesn’t involve anything being sent to attendees. As long as everybody’s got a laptop or tablet with an internet connection, they don’t need anything else to enjoy the show. A drink’s always nice, but that’s entirely up to you.
I can arrange for special stuff to be sent out for events at client’s request and this works really well too, particularly if you want to add some extra branding to your show.
How much does a Virtual Magician cost?
I have a range of packages for different length shows and audience sizes – the price range is typically between £500-£1500. Get in touch for an exact quote based on your event.
How do I pay?
Once you book a show, you’ll receive an invoice which can be paid by bank transfer or any major credit or debit card.