Simon Smith-Wood Magician and Mentalist

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Wedding Entertainment

If you are looking for an entertainer for your wedding, Simon can provide entertainment for you and your guests that is unusual, fun and highly memorable.

Close-up magic can act as a great ice-breaker, and will help to create a fantastic atmosphere for your special day.

Whether you are looking to keep your guests entertained during the initial drinks reception, during the typically 'quiet' period when official photographs are being taken, during the wedding breakfast, or during the evening reception, Simon's sleight of hand and mind magic will amuse and amaze your guests, stimulate laughter and excitement, put people at ease, and get them talking.

Close-up magic is the ideal form of entertainment for weddings, and always proves popular amongst guests. In fact, one of the nicest things about opting to hire a magician for your wedding is that this form of entertainment appeals to guests of all ages, from your best friend's three-year-old to your great grandma. Of course, they may not enjoy the same kinds of food or music, but close-up magic is sure to appeal to everyone!

If you would like further information, please contact Simon to discuss how his magic could enhance your wedding celebration.

"... Thank you so much for performing at our wedding! Throughout the evening, I could tell from the complete amazement and surprise on people's faces that your magic was going down a treat! And despite putting you on the spot by asking you to perform in front of the entire wedding party, you executed a super trick, which left us all stunned!"

(Saffron and Christos Tsiasiotis, Duisburg, Germany)

"There are no words to describe the magic you see and feel when Simon is performing. You have to see it with your own eyes, and I promise: it's breathtaking....."

(Iris Kuehnapfel, Bochum, Germany)

"Simon is not only a remarkable magician but a consummate performer, really making you believe that you've somehow 'spoilt' the trick or that he's made a mistake, before pulling out the finale with breathtaking aplomb."

(Luke Kadinopoulos, Duesseldorf, Germany)

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