Over the last couple of days I've done magic at a 40th birthday party in London (congratulations Nuria!), a wedding in Hampshire (congratulations Mark and Cara!) and at Heathrow airport.
I spent the first hour at the wedding doing special magic and balloon models for the children, they really enjoyed it and it give the adults a bit of time to relax and have some peace and quiet! I also tried out a couple of new magical routines that went down very well and will now be a regular part of my act - look out for the "Mr and Mrs test" and a plastic toy with amazing powers of deduction.
When I arrived at Heathrow I noticed that they had got a few giant Pudseys for Children in Need and had put up the Christmas decorations - some more impressive than others as you can see here, the one on the right in particualr being somewhat underwhelming!
Every time that I do magic at Heathrow it's fun to meet all the different people flying off all around the world. This time most were going to Aberdeen, Las Vegas, San Diego and Newcastle. I met an architect, some accountants, a group of oilmen, a couple of pilots and two cage fighters! They all loved the magic, which was good (I especially didn't want to annoy the cage fighters!)
If you know someone who is flying out from Heathrow Terminal 5 tell them to pop into Crown Rivers restaurant/bar and they may well see me in there doing magic. It's a great start to your holiday or business trip.