Fantastic virtual happy hour entertainment has become huge. Massive. Trying to find something that will engage everyone is difficult. Luckily, since the explosion of virtual entertainment in 2020 you now have some good options.
A virtual magic show is one of the best entertainments you can have during happy hour. It’s amazing, interactive and 100% family friendly. Everyone loves a bit of magic.
How does a virtual magic show work?
An exciting magic show as your virtual happy hour entertainment will be one of the best things you’ve ever done online. Alan will send you a link or he can pop in and join your call. The show has mind reading and magic and it all involves your guests. He uses picture in picture technology to make sure everyone can see Alan and also the person he’s performing the trick with. Sometimes it’s one at a time and sometimes it’s everyone. The show is fast moving with incredible magic, humour and music.
The show can last 15, 30 or 45 minutes. There’s also an extended option to even learn a few magic tricks to impress your friends on Zoom or in real life.
Mind reading online works particularly well. Imagine when Alan gets one of your colleagues on screen and asks them to think of any celebrity – he then manages to read their mind over the internet. It’s incredible!
You don’t need to give any list of attendees beforehand (in fact it’s encouraged so Alan can’t be accused of cheating) and guests don’t need any special equipment to be sent in the post. All they’ll need are a computer and internet (to get on Zoom, Teams, Web Ex etc) and maybe a mobile/cell phone for 1 of the tricks. It’s all very easy and amazing!
The online virtual happy hour show has been performed for hundreds of companies including Google, Twitter, Netflix, Disney and even Zoom hire Alan to perform for their own big Zoom Is 10 Years Old party!
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Who is Alan Hudson?
Alan Hudson has very quickly become one of the world’s leading virtual magicians. He started performing virtual magic shows for corporate events very early in 2020 and has become one of the busiest virtual happy hour entertainment shows you can hire.
Seen on ITV’s Penn & Teller: Fool Us, ITV’s The Next Great Magician, Britain’s Got Talent and also a member of The Inner Magic Circle with Gold Star.
How to book Virtual Happy Hour Entertainment
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How much is Virtual Happy Hour Entertainment?
Cost will depend on the number of guests, date and length of the show. If you are looking for a way to make your next happy hour the best one yet, contact Alan here
Do you have any reviews for virtual happy hour entertainment?
Yes! Alan has performed hundreds of shows for companies all around the world including Amazon, Google, Disney, Microsoft etc. Below are some of the recent verified reviews collected on Google
What is the best virtual happy hour entertainment?
Magic and mind reading is certainly one of the top things you can do on Zoom. It’s 100% interactive with guests, engaging and memorable.
What is the best platform for the show?
The best platform is definitely Zoom. It has a few extra features that makes the show that little bit better. However, Alan is comfortable performing on Meet, WebEx and Microsoft Teams.
Do you have any reviews of the show?
Do we? Yes – check these out…
Looking for other ideas for a Virtual Happy Hour?
A virtual happy hour can be a great way to stay connected with friends and colleagues, even when we can’t be together in person. Here are some ideas for things to do during a virtual happy hour to make it fun and engaging:
- Play virtual games: There are many online games that you can play with friends during a virtual happy hour. Some popular options include trivia games, charades, and online versions of classic board games like Monopoly or Scrabble.
- Have a cooking or cocktail making competition: Why not make your virtual happy hour a culinary adventure? Each participant can choose a recipe or cocktail to make and then share their creations with the group. You can even make it a competition by voting on the best dish or drink.
- Host a virtual movie night: Choose a movie or TV show that everyone can stream together and use a service like Netflix Party to synchronize playback and chat with each other during the show.
- Virtual wine or beer tasting: Many wineries and breweries offer virtual tastings that you can join with friends. You can also organize your own tasting by having everyone purchase the same wines or beers and taste them together over video chat.
- Virtual book club: If you and your friends are avid readers, why not start a virtual book club? Each week, you can discuss a different book and share your thoughts and opinions with the group.
- Virtual yoga or exercise class: Staying active is important, even during a virtual happy hour. Consider hosting a virtual yoga or exercise class with a instructor or just follow along with a YouTube video.
- Karaoke party: Break out your best singing voice and have a virtual karaoke party. There are many online karaoke platforms that you can use, or you can just use the microphone on your computer.
- Virtual trivia night: Gather a group of friends and test your knowledge with a virtual trivia night. You can find many online trivia platforms or create your own questions.
- Host a virtual game night: From classic board games to modern video games, there are plenty of options for a virtual game night. Choose a game that everyone can play together or take turns trying out different games.
- Virtual happy hour scavenger hunt: Make your virtual happy hour a little more interactive by organizing a scavenger hunt. Create a list of items that everyone has to find within a certain time limit and see who can find them all first.
No matter what activities you choose, the most important thing is to have fun and stay connected with friends and colleagues. A virtual happy hour can be a great way to break up the monotony of working from home and keep your social connections strong.