Cameron House with Impossible Entertainment

I spend a lot of my time traveling the country performing magic. This can often means a lot of solo travel and long drives.

Sometimes I do get to travel with other performers, this is always a great experience because we all have our show business stories. These car rides are always inspiring and fun.

As well as being a magician I also run an entertainment agency called Impossible Entertainment. We supply all kinds of variety entertainment at weddings parties and private events.

Recently I was contacted by a bride called Ashley to supply magic and “something different” for her wedding. After a conversation with her we decided magic, stilt walking and some fire entertainment would be perfect for her weddings drinks reception.

The wedding was held at the stunning 5 star hotel Cameron house which is situated in the Bonnie banks of Loch Lomond. This is one of my favourite venues to work in because it’s just stunning and the views on a nice day are breathtaking.

The stilts and fire was going to be provided from my best friend (both in and out of the entertainment world) Mandy Fletcher. Mandy has performed her act all over the world including multiple seasons at the world famous House of Illusion in Salou and is currently sailing the baltics entertaining Finish and Swedish families.

After the ceremony while the couple are having their photos taken we both get to work entertaining the guests. We work the room with magic and stilts helping to create a fun and welcoming atmosphere and breaking the ice.

Mandy finishes up her stilt walking and heads outside in to the slightly damp Scottish weather and starts manipulating fire in ways you have never experienced.

Robert and Elaine from view photograph were couples chosen photographers for the day. The damp weather didn’t dampen (pardon the pun) the spirits of the couple as they got their photos taken with the stunning Loch Lomond behind them.

Just before the top table is seated I grab Ashley and Shaun and perform some magic for them. This is not only captured in photo format by Robert and Elaine but Cheryl and Kai from pretty little films captured this beautifully on video.

The top table were seated and me and Mandy packed up and headed back to Glasgow of course we stopped at Balloch for a McDonald’s (Big Mac with a chicken mayo sandwich on the side if you must know).

This was a really fun day and was great to entertain the guests but also work along side a talented performer such as Mandy and other amazing wedding suppliers. Close up magic is great for any wedding but adding that extra touch of entertainment can enhance the day so much more.


I hope you enjoyed reading this and if you would like to know how to create that impossible unforgettable moment. Checkout impossible entertainment.