Harrogate: Speaker, Entertainer & Magician
AFTER DINNER TALKS IN Harrogate
Harrogate in North Yorkshire has been voted one of the happiest places in England according to a survey by Rightmove in 2014. And for the second year in a row!
Wonderful Georgian houses, stunning abbeys, excellent shops and a neighbourliness that is second to none.
That's why Steve Short, after dinner speaker entertainer and magician, loves visiting Harrogate to give his incredibly Popular Zoom talks on the famous magicians and comedians of the past.
Based close by Steve is a regular in Harrogate's Georgian city when he gives his popular magic shows and after dinner speaking events.
for an aFTER DINNER SPEAKER & Entertainer in Harrogate. Call Billy on: 07803 125180
Covering all of the UK including Lincoln, Harrogate, York, Hull, Sheffield, Beverley, Bridlington, Doncaster, Halifax, Huddersfield, Leeds, Bourne, Brigg, Grantham, Horncastle, Louth, Market Rasen, Spalding in fact all of Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Lancashire and Norfolk.
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Popular Zoom talks
Born of a family of magicians, Jasper Maskelyne was a successful stage magician in the 1930s and 1940s, who, during the last war, was alleged to have been drafted into MI9, a secret department of the British Military Intelligence.
Harry Houdini is probably the world's most famous magician and escapologist. Born Erik Weisz in Budapest in 1874 he moved to to The States with his family in 1878.
David Nixon was the best known magician in the UK in the 1960s and 70s and one of the most popular personalities on British televison. Nixon was the inspiration for Steve Short's career as a professional magician.
Sir Norman Joseph Wisdom, was raised in extreme poverty and by the age of 11 he ended up in a children's home in Deal from which he ran away.
The world's most famous double act, Laurel & Hardy, started during the early Hollywood period of American cinema. Englishman, skinny Stan Laurel and the plump American, Oliver Hardy
I went to the doctor; he said "I'd like you to lie on the couch". I said: "What for?" He said: "I want to sweep the floor." .