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Weddings in Buckinghamshire and Berkshire

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

The last Blog mentioned events other than weddings at which I do magic for. However, as it is weddings season, here are a few that I have performed at locally.

The first one is the Lane End Conference Centre where I have performed on numerous occasions. It was the wedding of Marcia and Daniel.

Dan and Marcia

Dan and Marcia

It was one of the sunniest days of the year and therefore most of the entertainment was performed outside – sunburnt head here we come! Th above pic was taken by professional photographer Andrew Gleed
Bisham Abbey

Bisham Abbey

This lovely venue is right next to the famous sports venue of the same name

Bisham Abbey. Kerri parkins and her partner Lee chose another beautiful day and had the accompaniment of Affinity harp and flute duo whilst I mixed and mingled amongst the guests. Kerri sent me a card later saying, ‘loads of guests commented on how cool the magic performance was and it made our reception very unique’.

Affinity harp and flute duo

Affinity harp and flute duo

Close to home, and another venue I am familier with is Court Garden House in Marlow. This was the wedding of Katherine Finkle and fiance’ Richard.
The dreaded speech moment

The dreaded speech moment

There was photography by Sean O’Dell and Katherine kindly sent me this quote after the wedding:

‘Thank you so much. Everyone has commented on how much they enjoyed the magic and I just heard people bursting into applause at constant intervals.’

Le Manoir Aux Quat 'Saisons

Le Manoir Aux Quat

I had know idea when Adam Kemp and his charming Fiance’ Noemi invited me to perform for his guests at 

Manoir Aux Quat ‘Saisons in Great Milton that it belongs to the famous french Chef, 

Raymond Blanc. What a magnificent venue. Half ot the guests were from Spain so the magic had to be visual so lots of fire was used!

Fellow South African, photographer Adrian Stone from The Dream Catchers was there capturing the specail moments. Adam emailed later saying , ‘Many thanks, you did a great job. Everyone really enjoyed it – I was delighted to get my ring back’.