Being a Close-Magician means I get to travel all over the UK at various events and venues and meet so many wonderful people. Some inspire, some make you laugh, some make you feel motivated and others give you strength and make you understand how lucky so many of us are to be healthy.
On Friday 16th June I was privileged to be booked for The Rosemere Touch Of Pink Ball organised by Mr Srinivasan. The evening was a great success with a huge turnout from NHS staff, Rosemere supporters and guests who have stood up and fought cancer. The evening was full of entertainment including the very funny Ted Robbins, Amy Fields playing wonderful music on the violin, myself performing close up Magic as guests arrived and around the tables during dinner and a DJ carrying the crowd through to the early hours.
The atmosphere was fantastic and it was a joy to perform for so many wonderful and inspiring people. We live in such an unfortunate world now as we are confronted with terrible illnesses and a world divided by race and religion that attending events like this make me realise the amount of good in the world and how the human nature and spirit is incredibly strong.
I am sure I am not the only person who wished we could end the divide in the world and cure all illnesses but seeing so many people come together as one is inspiring and makes me see how under such unfortunate circumstances we can all stand as one and support one another.
I was sent some pictures from the evening, which I have shared underneath this blog. If you are affected by Cancer or would like to support The Rosemere Cancer Foundation please click here
Jason Rea Magic
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