Gary Knights - Magician | Steve Allen Entertainments
Your ability to entertain through magic and comedy was brilliant, you had the spectators thoroughly entertained and hanging on every word you said. The amount of laughter that was echoing through the function rooms was incredible and only punctuated with “oohs” and “aghs” as you performed your magic. We highly recommend you to anyone and we certainly intend to use you again.
Bank of New Zealand


Garry started his performing career as a Street Magician in Covent Garden, London. He performed his unique street show at festivals around the world under his stage name ‘Gary Animal’. As he matured into the insignificant adult he has now become, he moved from the street to the corporate entertainment world.

Garry’s portfolio of work includes the following companies, often many times. BNZ, British airways, Microsoft, BMW, Audi, British Telecom, Marriot hotels, Rolls Royce, Scania trucks, Vodaphone, Nokia, Thomas Cook and hundreds of other companies. He has worked numerous celebrity parties, fund raisers and charitable events and over his career has travelled around the world working in the UK, Norway, Sweden, Austria, Germany, Spain, New Zealand, Australia and USA.

Garry is perfect for any of the following – All corporate functions; dinners, product launches, trade shows and hunting trips.
Ice breaker: meeting and greeting the clients at the start of your function. with a witty, chatty relaxed style with great close up magic in the lobby or at the bar.
Table to table: wandering comedy and magic at your dinner party.
Cabaret: offering a lively mix of comedy and magic.
After dinner speaker: illustrating his life as a busker with magic and comedy.
Fake waiter: blending in with the waiters to deliver service you are not happy with. DO NOT TELL YOUR GUESTS you have booked a fake waiter. It all comes right in the end. This one is more for your employees than your clients.

Garry describes himself as likable, left handed and lost! He has made his living essentially having fun. Failure to book Garry may result in him having to get a proper job.