April 21, 2015
There are some wonderful things that happen at Sternberg Clarke but without a doubt, one of the most enjoyable aspects of working here is when we see extremely talented acts get the audience and admiration that they deserve.
On Saturday night, Jamie Raven appeared on Britain's Got Talent and sailed through to the sem-finals with a spectacular selection of tricks that left the judges stunned.
Following on from a host of questionable magic acts, expectations for Jamie Raven were fairly low amongst Simon Cowell and his fellow judging cohorts, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams.
Undeterred, the affable Jamie launched into a relatively simple (in terms of staging; no doubt they're extremely difficult to do) tricks that left Simon Cowell declaring, "I now actually believe in magic." So what did Jamie do to get such a reaction? The video is below for your enjoyment - prepare your jaw to drop as he seamlessly moves from tricks involving money to the cutest card trick you've ever seen!
We've been working with Jamie Raven for around ten years now and it's brilliant to see that such a superb magician is finally making waves outside of private and corporate events, where he has often been requested personally requested by our clients. Such is Jamie's standing that he even got to perform at the Queen's 80th birthday party celebrations at Buckingham Palace.
But now even Her Maj would struggle to book him, such is the demand that Jamie is now experiencing. So if you fancy booking him for your private or corporate event then don't delay, get in touch today! (Ooh, nice rhyme.)
And of course, best of luck to Jamie for the Britain's Got Talent semi-finals!
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By Henry Fosdike