Colin’s award-winning act will leave your client’s guests inspired, astounded, and mesmerised, importantly, embedding the event in their memory for a very long time, quite probably forever.
He left Simon Cowell speechless (surely a first!). Mind reader and spoon-bender Uri Geller described him as:
“One of the greatest thought readers of all time.”
Others say that having sold out in 71 cities in 17 countries, he’s probably the best in his field.
He’s the Sherlock Holmes of entertainment if Sherlock had a flair for comedy.
Regarded as one of the world’s leading corporate entertainers, Colin Cloud has built a reputation based on his ability to incorporate any message into a remarkable and engaging experience.
I’ve seen him spread some cheer or impart customised content; he’s visual and hugely entertaining. His astonishing finale will involve the entire audience in a deductive demonstration of epic proportions.
His presentation challenges the way we all think about the world and has been described by many as positively life-changing.
In 2017 Colin’s Edinburgh Festival show was voted in the top 3 out of 4000 acts to 5-star acclaim. The trend continued this year with the Illusionists Live from Broadway, breaking all box office records.
Colin was invited to work for the BBC’s Sherlock team – working with Mark Gatiss (writer Sherlock and Dr Who) we created support material for the Sherlock Christmas Special.
Having just signed for TV series in the US, Colin has now firmly established his mainstream reputation in addition to that of corporate entertainer and after dinner speaker who first brought him acclaim.
Colin was a guest star on Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, Good Morning Britain, Loose Women, Steve Wright, The One Show and of course America’s Got Talent. Most recently he was invited to appear on the Royal Variety Show.
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