Soho Magician for Hire
I have been performing as a Magician in London for over 20 years and I absolutely LOVE my job! I am available to hire as a Magician for wedding entertainment, private parties & corporate event entertainment in Soho and across the London Borough of Westminster
Premium close-up magic for any event mixed with my unique comedy. (if you want?)
Whether it’s a milestone birthday party, a garden party, your wedding or a corporate drinks bash. If you are looking for a corporate entertainers who will deliver, then look no further!
The close up magic and high energy personality that I can bring to your event will leave a long lasting impression on all your guests.
With 100% verified five star reviews from private, corporate and celebrity clients!
Magicians in Soho
If you are expecting more than 120 guests to your event, it is recommended to think about hiring a second magician. Roger knows and works with some of the best Magicians in Soho and can recommend or book them on your behalf.
Soho Magician, Roger Lapin is one of the leading Close up Magicians in Soho, Westminster and the only choice for high quality entertainment across London.
Wedding Entertainment Soho
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Roger Lapin is the premier Magician in Soho who is the only choice for entertainment at Weddings, Private Parties and for Corporate Events Entertainment across London.
Soho Magician Reviews
Tucked away in the heart of London’s West End, Soho is a thriving cultural melting pot, brimming with history, humor, and hidden gems. From its beginnings as a hunting ground to its transformation into a bustling epicenter of art, music, and food, Soho has always been synonymous with the unique and unexpected.
- Soho’s origins date back to the 17th century, when it was known as “Soho Fields,” an area used by the British nobility for hunting. The name “Soho” is believed to have originated from a hunting cry used during that time.
- During the 18th century, Soho became home to many immigrants, particularly the French Huguenots, who arrived in droves to escape religious persecution. This influx of diverse communities fostered an atmosphere of creativity and innovation, which can still be felt today.
- Soho has been a hub for artistic movements and counterculture throughout its history. In the 20th century, it served as a haven for bohemians, writers, and musicians, including the likes of George Orwell, Francis Bacon, and The Rolling Stones. The famous Carnaby Street, once the epicenter of the “Swinging Sixties,” is also located in Soho.
Soho is not without its humorous tales. One such story involves the infamous “Soho Bomber,” an incident that took place in 1946. A wayward World War II bomb, which had lain dormant for years, was accidentally detonated during construction work on Poland Street. Miraculously, no one was injured in the explosion. However, the force of the blast managed to blow the clothes off a nearby tailor’s shop mannequin, which was flung through the air and landed in a compromising position with a fellow mannequin, much to the amusement of onlookers. The incident made headlines, and the “Soho Bomber” became a local legend.
While Soho is known for its rich history and vibrant atmosphere, it also hides a lesser-known secret beneath its bustling streets. Beneath the surface of Soho lies a network of forgotten tunnels and hidden chambers, many of which date back to the Victorian era. One such tunnel, beneath the legendary music venue The Astoria, was rumored to have been a secret passage used by King George IV to visit his mistress, Maria Fitzherbert, at her home on Brewer Street.
Today, Soho continues to captivate visitors and locals alike with its eclectic mix of history, art, and entertainment. Whether you’re exploring the vibrant streets, sampling diverse cuisine, or delving into the many hidden corners of this enigmatic neighborhood, Soho never fails to surprise and delight. So next time you find yourself wandering through the heart of London’s West End, take a moment to appreciate the rich tapestry of history, humor, and hidden gems that make Soho a truly unforgettable destination.