Children's magicianDuring his magic show, Michel will take groups up to about 250 children to the wonderful world where the impossible briefly seems possible. A magic show that will be welcomed by young and old. Some highlights: a magical variation on Lingo, the Ice Bucket Challenge in a new style and the oldest magic trick of all times with a modern twist.
The bar is high when it comes down to magical entertainment for children. Our youth is lately inundated by magicians on television and video sites such as YouTube and Vimeo. To impress children during a live performance, you need to know what you're doing. Michel knows what children find fascinating and captivates them. This child-friendly magician presents a humorous, interactive and contemporary program that takes 30 to 45 minutes.
No clownIt sometimes happens that people confuse a magician with a clown. A clown is often colourfully dressed, has make-up on his face and makes quite a lot of jokes. A magician, like Michel, is usually well dressed and presents stylish and often hilarious magic acts. A clown works exclusively for children, while a magician works often for adults, e.g. the corporate community. Nevertheless, Michel regularly visits schools, libraries and the Wilhelmina Children's Hospital in Utrecht.
School magicianMichel's children's program is ideal for both the lower and upper grades of primary school. The show can be performed for both groups at the same time. A sound performance for children between about 6 and 12 years old. Even the attending adults (teachers and parents) are involved in the joy and will fully enjoy it. Great as an opening or closing of the school year or, for example, at the departure of the school director (dean/headmaster).
Theme showsMichel can adapt his children's show to different theme's. Think of Saint Nicholas, Christmas and the Children's Book Week. Pay attention, however! A theme show is not entirely devoted to the theme itself, but contains some allusions to the topic.