Lauri’s entertaining, roughly 30 minute solo, in which magic, juggling and comedy are combined. One of the advantages of this show is that even though it can entertain up to over a hundred people, it does not place any greater restrictions on the performing space.
Or would you perhaps be interested in an illusion show, but the performing space does not allow it? In this case the parlour show is a good alternative, at the end of which such parts of the stage show which fit the performing space, are performed. Following a parlour show Lauri can, for example, make a woman appear out of thin air, and move on into the world of partner acrobatics.
Good choice is to combine stage show and close-up magic. Therefore guests will see the show together and will also personally experience magic.