Christopher Howell

Introduction:

Christopher Howell (USA/UK) is an award winning full-time professional magician and Member of the Magic Circle. He has performed since 1994 both on TV, radio and live, throughout the UK and internationally. He presents his work for private, corporate, high profile clients across the board.

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About Christopher...

Christopher Howell (USA/UK) is an award winning full-time professional magician and Member of the Magic Circle. He has performed since 1994 both on TV, radio and live, throughout the UK and internationally. He presents his work for private, corporate, high profile clients across the board.

Christopher presents both ‘close-up magic’ performances for small groups and performances for larger audiences to watch together. He has appeared on such prestigious stages as The Barbican Hall, The Hackney Empire and the premiere of the Edinburgh International Film Festival live on stage at the Festival Theatre. He’s a regular guest entertainer at luxury hotels including The Dorchester Collection, The Savoy, and Claridges.

It all began when he caught the 'magic bug' at the age of seven. Since then he studied with leading master magicians from around the world to bring you the most magical moments imaginable. His performances are also influenced by his University training in Theatre Arts and Studio Arts. Afterwards he trained as an opera singer for five years in London and Bologna, Italy. Having decided to pursue magic instead, music is still an important part of his magic acts however; particularly in his cabaret and stage magic shows.

Both close-up and on stage, Christopher’s charming presentation style will help give your event a mark of distinction that will long be remembered.

Recent clients include: Luis Vuitton, HSBC, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Victoria & Albert Museum, Volkswagen, Firetrap, Rosetta Stone, Saatchi & Saatchi, Southern Comfort, Sultan of Brunei, BBC and Christie's Auction House.

Click on the video below to watch Christopher perform: