Add the WOW Factor at your next event and make your guests feel special with jaw-dropping close up magic that's lots of fun from one of the UK's leading magicians, Ian Edgar.
Ian's trademark has always been to perform highly visual and eye popping magic, making tricks look like real magic. You will not believe your eyes. It looks just like the real thing!
Ian's magic is incredible and lots of fun and will leave your guests astounded, laughing and thoroughly entertained making your event one to remember.
Suitable for weddings, parties and corporate events Ian can mix and mingle with your guests performing at the dinner table or reception area.
Ian is the right choice for your magical entertainment, so you can rest assured that Ian will make your event more memorable for you and your guests.
Ian’s previous clients have included: Argos, Lloyds Bank, Shell UK, Disney, BMW, ASDA Walmart, Eon, Avis Car Rental, Howdens, Costa Coffee, Manchester United FC and ...
Zoe Cooke• 13 Dec 2018
Great magician and entertainer, and really nice guy. Would definitely recommend!
Helen Oakes• 20 Jun 2017
Ian was amazing at my wedding this weekend, my guests were amazed he’s absolutely outstanding. He delivered everything promised. We would highly recommend, we would definitely book him again just need a reason to have a party idea now😃
Miss Rachael Bradley• 12 Apr 2019
Fantastic night, all guests had a blast 😊 really good with the kids, very patient thanks again
Valerie unwin• 2 Oct 2017
Excellent, all my guests absolutely loved this, young children to Great Grandmas, everyone was entertained. A real ‘ice breaker’ when you get groups of people together who don’t know each other. Fab......would definitely do this again.
mandy cousen• 16 Feb 2019
Ian was everything I expected and hoped, prompt, polite and professional and easy to talk to by email and very personable on the night. All the guests enjoyed his magic, I had a lot of inquiries about him, and all were very surprised at his fees - my only regret was I didnt book him for 4 hours instead of 3!. Thanks Ian :)