The Undercover Pickpocket
If you are after an event with a difference, an amazing evening, full of surprises, and that your guests will talk about for a long time to come... described as “Awesome!” by Robyn Gaeth, GSK (event for the Senior Legal VP & colleagues), and with feedback like “You couldn’t have had more glowing reviews” Debbie Ball, Ball Associates.
A full evening’s entertainment that’s ideal for a dinner with even just one table of guests, to an audience of hundreds.
“You beauty! Greetings Matt - Have spoken to Aviva. Sounds like you stole the show! Well done, congratulations and thanks for all that!”
Mark Lewis, The Wizards Network
Your guests will be surprised by the service that Matt (disguised as a waiter) provides. He subtly introduces a plausible yet eccentric combination of unusual service and bumbling waitering that is guaranteed to get the guests talking. Matt bemuses guests with his harmless antics, and to their amusement introduces his amateur magical skills. These turn out to be peculiarly proficient, actually quite magical, and gets everyone laughing at their tables.
Pickpocketing in Action...
1 - Getting the guests laughing
2 - Matt pickpocket’s a tie
3 - The tie is returned
4 - The guest steals Matt’s pen
5 - Matt steals his wallet!
A full evening’s entertainment as Matt goes undercover to serve (and pickpocket) your guests…
As dinner draws to a close and the coffee is served your guests will be most surprised to see their waiter is actually the after-dinner entertainment, and even more so when he starts by returning many of their belongings (recently Matt started an after-dinner show by returning 4 watches, a phone, a pair of glasses and 2 ties – and he had already returned numerous items during the dinner!). Matt’s comedy and pickpocketing show then tops off dinner, making it a very unusual evening, full of entertainment, and an event that guests will laugh and talk about for a long time to come.
Matt has even been booked by a company who heard the laughter from the room Matt was performing in.
“Many thanks for your contribution Matt. The evening is still being talked about and the phrase 'watch dog' means something else these days. If you ever need a referee for your contribution to a Company dinner, please feel free to quote my contact details”
Simon Reed, Business Unit Director, Anite Work Management