London magician performing around the UK
Legerdemain Magic founder James Pritchard is an award-winning magician and member of the world’s premier magic society, The Magic Circle. He has entertained royalty, celebrities and top companies.
James is a London magician, but also performs around the UK at weddings, parties and corporate events.
He appeared as a close-up magician on BBC 2‘s hit series The Restaurant, featuring celebrity chef Raymond Blanc. James performed as a table magician at a dinner party organised by the contestants, helping them win a round of the competition.
Other television credits include appearing as a close up magician on ITV and having a regular slot performing magic on Nickelodeon Television.
James was magic adviser on an online marketing campaign for Nivea for Men, and also starred in the videos, which are being shown in the UK and across Northern Europe (find out more about James being magic consultant to Nivea).
“Skilful, stylish and very entertaining”
James is the magician London clients recommend. Jewellers Asprey described him as a table magician who was “skilful, stylish and very entertaining.” Visit the testimonials page to find out more about why people choose Legerdemain Magic.
Other past clients of London magician James Pritchard include Asprey, Accenture, Aviva, BBC, J.P. Morgan, Hilton Hotels, Hiscox, Lloyds Banking Group, Nivea, Philips and the University of Cambridge.
Close up magician for weddings, corporate events and parties
Whether your occasion is a stand-up reception or sit-down dinner, large-scale or intimate, with over 10 years’ experience as a professional magician, James knows how to tailor each performance to your needs.
James is a well-renowned London magician, who mixes mind magic with visual card tricks and a wide variety of other close-up magic tricks.
For larger audiences, rather than hiring a close up magician, you can give your event a show-like edge by having London magician James do a fast-paced and fiery cabaret magic act.
Legerdemain (pronounced lej-er-di-mayn) means ‘a skilful use of one’s hands when performing magic tricks’. It is derived from the French ‘leger de main’ meaning ‘light of hand’.
Watch videos of Legerdemain Magic in action
Watch the video below to see James Pritchard performing close-up and stage magic. You can find more magic videos the Gallery page .