Magician in Doncaster

Concorde BGW Group Doncaster Staff Christmas Party Magician


Hi Matt

Just a quick email to say thank you for yesterday.  The whole team really enjoyed your performance and all commented on how great you were, it was a really fabulous addition to the afternoon.  We wouldn’t hesitate to use you again or recommend you so a big thanks for coming along.

Zoe

Christmas party season magic has been fantastic so far, and I’ve still got another week of travelling up and down the country entertaining staff, clients and directors. One of my favourite performances this December was at The Old Weighing Room (really great venue for parties!) at Doncaster Racecourse. Great group of people with a brilliant atmosphere for the day – the magic went down a storm. It’s always nice to get feedback from events and you can see Zoe’s feedback above.

This December I’ve been performing my close up and table magic for Christmas parties in London, Bolton, Liverpool, St Helens, Manchester, Doncaster, Sheffield, Nottingham, Birmingham, Leeds, Warrington, Bury, and Bristol. Next week I’m in some of the same places as well as Chester, The Wirral and Crewe.

Lots of my key dates got booked up in Aug-Oct so please book in ASAP for 2018 as soon as you have a date set to avoid disappointment.

Have a fantastic Christmas and New Year.

I’ll be finishing my shows on the 23rd of December and I’m looking forward to a Baileys and mince pie!


Busy Busy Busy

We haven’t had much time to update the blog but we’ll be adding some fresh content soon!

Christmas Party Magician 2017

Are you looking to book Matt Colman to perform some world-class magic at your Christmas Party? Please get in contact as soon as possible – key dates are filling up faster than usual.

Ooops

We’ve been doing a little work on the blog and we have accidentally deleted a huge chunk of posts from the past 5 years. Bare with us as we try to restore them.

Bad habits!

I’ve gotten into a terrible habit of not keeping my blog fresh with updates – I say it every year, but this year I’ll try to post a new update at least once a year!

It’s been a while…

It’s been a great 2014 – working at some incredible venues, including a few places that I have dreamed of working for years!

As usual, I’ve traveled the length and breadth of the country for trade shows, corporate events, and beautiful weddings. And as usual, updates to this blog have been sparse!

I’ve been road testing some new ideas that over the next few months will find a permanent place in my repertoire, I’m really excited as the process of evolving an act is time-consuming, but so rewarding. Becoming stale is the enemy of any live act, new routines inject freshness for both myself and the audience.

Bookings are now coming in thick and fast for 2015, and I’ve just finished off the last few January corporate Christmas parties, unusually, not a piece of tinsel in sight.

Cheap Magicians

Cheap magicians are always cheap for a reason. It can such a gamble – here’s an idea of what a cheap magic act might be like!…

Update!

I had a great time performing over Christmas – I didn’t do any January Christmas Parties this year, so they might have declined in popularity!

Been a great few months to kick off the year, performing across the North West and the Midlands. Some really great feedback I’ve added to the testimonials and I’m looking forward to attending all the functions in the coming months.

As always there are many repeat bookings, so there will be a few new things that I can’t wait to show!

If you are looking to hire me for your wedding over July and August, please get in touch ASAP as dates are quickly filling up for wedding season.

Bad Magicians buy their testimonials

There is a flurry of magicians buying fake testimonials and reviews from places like FIVERR, yes literally playing $5 for a fake testimonial of their services. So far I’ve seen entrepreneurial Canadians, Americans and Germans armed with a video cam and script provided by a UK Magician, and uploading their cringe-worthy efforts onto youtube as if it were genuine. It’s not only pathetic – it’s an insult to customers intelligence.

Please stop, or you will be named and shamed.