Corporate Event Blog Posts

What REALLY Matters When Choosing Wedding and Event Suppliers?

I consider myself lucky. REALLY lucky. I learned one of the most valuable lessons about being a wedding/event supplier when planning my wedding. (Or rather, my wife did). She was booking a swing singer to perform at our reception, but she was worried that he wouldn’t be able to find the place, or, if he …

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How to Choose an Entertainer

First, the good news: if you’re worried about your guests being bored, you’re in luck. There are many, many people who can solve that problem for you: Magicians. Comedians. Caricaturists. Musicians. Jugglers. Silhouette artists. Mind readers. Ceilidh acts. Kid storytime with Danny Dyer. Angle grinders. Sideshow acts. Strippers. Harpists. Formula 1 with Stevie Wonder. Mexican …

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Feeling Panicky and Stressed About Your Wedding or Event Planning? Do This!

Note: It’s not often I begin posts with the words, “I should tell you that I’m not a Doctor…”, but, with this one, I should. I’m not a Doctor. I’m a magician and a comedian. This means that, when I’m talking, there’s a good chance that I’m either lying or joking. So I repeat: I’M …

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More is Less

When you’re planning a wedding, corporate event or party, there’s a temptation to book as many things as possible – to fill every single second with something…ANYTHING – just to make sure that you have the best chance of pleasing everyone. (You already know where I’m going with this, don’t you?) Don’t be afraid to …

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Go With The “Safe Bet”

SAFETY FIRST! Because it’s not just for people we care about crossing the road, or for drunk people operating heavy machinery. It’s about looking after your guests too. When you’re looking for entertainment, it’s tempting to go with something “different”, “unique” or “unusual”, just to make a statement, but there’s a big danger with this …

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