Jan 5, 2021
My guest this week is as adept at captivating an audience of thousands as he is at quietly amazing and amusing an intimate gathering of close friends. His impressive skill and charming good humour make him an extremely memorable, engaging, diverse and popular performer. He has entertained internationally and appeared on numerous prestigious television programmes including Penn and Teller: Fool Us, and he did fool them.
Please welcome my guest, a Man You Can’t Keep Out of Your Mind - Graham Jolley.
Graham Jolley is one of the UK’s most talented and versatile magical performers, entertaining audiences with his unique style and amazing mind reading capabilities. Having performed at a huge number of corporate events, private dinners, conferences and on national television, his most recent being The One Show, Graham’s act adapts perfectly to any environment.
A psychological entertainer, Graham is able to perform any number of astonishing feats, baffling and thrilling his audience in equal measure. His work has seen him perform for a large number of international organisations, as well as appearing on the high-profile ITV series ‘Penn and Teller Fool Us’, among many others, and successfully baffling both the audience and the judges.
Graham’s versatility has seen him perform in a wide array of settings, with both small and, in the case of his television work, national audiences. At corporate performances, the audience is frequently dazzled by the shows he produces and for him the art of illusion and psychological performance have been a life-long obsession.
With a career spanning more than thirty years, Graham’s dedication to the art of performance is truly impressive. His unique style has been continually honed and he has worked with both famous faces and high-profile business executives. His particular brand of wit completes his act and his audiences find themselves enthralled, amused and thoroughly bewildered.
Recorded on: 12th November 2020
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