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Topic: How to be a wedding magic rock star
Message: Posted by: Paul S Wingham (Jul 2, 2019 12:22PM)
Mark waddington, who many in the UK will know has released a pdf that shares his hints and tips about wedding magic. Iíve been doing weddings for a few years now and I have to say it was filled with loads of useful information and was a really interesting read which I learned a lot from. Highly recommended and nice to read something from someone who is clearly an expert in their field. No tricks, just tips and info that will make you a more professional wedding magician.

http://mark-waddington.co.uk/shop/

In this PDF, Mark gives you the real secrets to success exclusively as a wedding magician.

He explainsÖ

what to do to set up as a specialist wedding magician

how to approach a booking

what to do in the month before a booking

how to approach a table

when to perform to the wedding couple, and why

what to say if someone doesnít want to watch magic

amongst other gems that Mark has learnt from more than ten years of experience as a professional wedding magician.
Message: Posted by: warren (Jul 2, 2019 12:42PM)
Interesting, does he go into much detail about wedding Fair's ?
Message: Posted by: Paul S Wingham (Jul 2, 2019 01:29PM)
Not vast details
Message: Posted by: Ceierry (Jul 2, 2019 04:09PM)
Would love to review it 😊
Message: Posted by: warren (Jul 2, 2019 05:27PM)
[quote]On Jul 2, 2019, Paul S Wingham wrote:
Not vast details [/quote]

That surprises me as that's where a lot of wedding bookings appear to come from in the UK....never mind.
Message: Posted by: videoman (Jul 2, 2019 08:13PM)
Would most of this info apply to countries other than the UK?
Message: Posted by: Last Laugh (Jul 2, 2019 08:15PM)
Seems to me that hiring magicians for weddings is much more common in the UK than other places. Definitely fairly uncommon here the US, as far as I can tell.
Message: Posted by: videoman (Jul 2, 2019 08:24PM)
I agree LL. Itís certainly not unheard of in the US, but I think itís much more common in the UK.
Message: Posted by: The Unmasked Magician (Jul 3, 2019 02:21AM)
I aways tell couples to book me as a mentalist. He needs an example, as from that day on she wants him to constantly read her mind.
Message: Posted by: Last Laugh (Jul 3, 2019 04:17AM)
[quote]On Jul 3, 2019, The Unmasked Magician wrote:
I aways tell couples to book me as a mentalist. He needs an example, as from that day on she wants him to constantly read her mind. [/quote]


Mentalists can read anyone's mind except for our own spouses, so I don't know if we can help or not. Slightly paradoxical.

"What am I a mind reader?...oh I guess I am."
Message: Posted by: The Unmasked Magician (Jul 3, 2019 04:35AM)
[quote]On Jul 3, 2019, Last Laugh wrote:
"What am I a mind reader?...oh I guess I am." [/quote]

:lol: the marriage of a mentalist.
Message: Posted by: Wravyn (Jul 3, 2019 06:22AM)
[quote]On Jul 3, 2019, Last Laugh wrote:
[quote]On Jul 3, 2019, The Unmasked Magician wrote:
I aways tell couples to book me as a mentalist. He needs an example, as from that day on she wants him to constantly read her mind. [/quote]


Mentalists can read anyone's mind except for our own spouses, so I don't know if we can help or not. Slightly paradoxical.

"What am I a mind reader?...oh I guess I am." [/quote]

Just remember two words when having to read the wife's mind...

Yes dear.
~then hang head down like a bad puppy~
Message: Posted by: The Unmasked Magician (Jul 3, 2019 06:56AM)
:rotf: my wife would like your phone number.
Message: Posted by: Wravyn (Jul 3, 2019 07:24AM)
:rotf:
One reason I have never been married.