Just a note to say on behalf of the Vicar the Rev Q. Bellamy and the Parish Church, a big thank you to you for coming along and doing Table Magic at the Church fundraising event last week. After all the months of planning it’s hard to believe it’s all over!! Your show went down very well with everyone judging by all the positive comments and feedback we received afterwards.
Once again thank you and will keep an eye out for future events that you are in.
With very best wishes.
Sue Christou, Prestatyn Parish Church
Jay and I are both members of the British Ring of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, and we had a lovely surprise when we opened our copy of this month’s Budget magazine.
As you can see, Maggie Tucker saw Seaside Special recently, and came backstage to chat with us after the show.
It’s always nice to know that people have enjoyed watching us, and the shows that we take part in.
This was the best £6.00 I’ve spent in a long, long time.
Jenna Grace, a vocalist, sang (amongst others) a song from Les Misérables as expertly as that from the actual stage and film productions. She was excellent. Mel Blake is a top TV comedian and it showed… very funny. The Linzi Grace Dancers performed four times during the show and were very energetic and fast paced. Now to the magic…
Jay Gatling performed a lovely solo spot in the first half with a series of entertaining rope effects. Then, in the second half, Jay & Amelia, as Elemental, wowed the audience with their illusions and manipulations. It was good to see so many original touches that no doubt helped to secure them two British Ring prizes, in 2011, including the Dittia Shield for manipulation. Jay’s manipulative skills, on this night, were outstanding and he and Amelia worked so well together in the second half.
I was pleased to be able to chat with them backstage after the show, and congratulate them on two terrific performances. The two hours just flew by.
I highly recommend magicians and their families to see this show, especially when you realise that ALL the proceeds go to a charity that helps sick and disabled children in North Wales.”
The Budget, September 2013
Seaside Special is on at the Town Hall in Llandudno every week until the 2nd of October, and all proceeds go to Happy Faces Children’s Charity. Click here for more information.
We have been working with Jay Gatling for just under a year and he has been one of the finest master of ceremonies i have ever seen.
He has given our wrestling shows an injection of life, fun and professionalism. His crowd interaction is a wonder to behold, a man who talks to a crowd not at them. He has taken a ‘minor’ role, grown it and made it all his own, he is a valued asset to our wrestling shows and wish not to see one without him.
William B Mason
Conwy County Wrestling
Photograph from the North Wales Pioneer, Wednesday 8th of May 2013.
“Ian Barber of the North Wales Bird Trust, Bodafon Farm, meets magician Jay Gatling with his puppet Kevin… The owl was not impressed!”
Tonight I saw a great young magician who’s going to go far. His name’s Jay Gatling. Thanks, @nanacymraeg, for a great evening.
— David Jones (@DavidJonesMP) November 30, 2012
David Jones MP, Secretary of State for Wales