SGD $1000/ Hour
"Unique, engaging and mind-blowing. So many OMG moments" - Google
On stage or close-up, Tom DeVoe will read your guests minds, predict and control their thoughts - in a show seen around the world and on the biggest TV and media in Asia.
Hired by companies from Google, Spotify and Netflix, to Ferrari, Formula1 and Rolex - Tom DeVoe will amaze all at your next function. Whether you have 50 guests or 5,000, Tom DeVoe entertains close-up from table to table or from the stage.
On Stage, Tom will read your guests' minds, predict and control their thoughts - and so much more! Your guest's thoughts will be revealed - such as their first kiss or first love - Tom will play a game where the audience can win $1000, and even control everyone's minds in a finalé that can be customised to your company name!
In roving performances, Tom will entertain small groups and individuals at a time, sharing his highly interactive world-class tricks and illusions with your friends and guests. Tom will read your guests' minds, influence their thoughts and behaviour and make amazing, impossible things come to life right in front of you at your table.
Tom DeVoe is frequently a guest on television and radio stations internationally such as Channel News Asia, Kiss92FM, CNN, BBC, TVNZ, and ABC Sydney, where he became 'Resident lllusionist'. He is a Member of the Magic Circle, the most prestigious organisation of illusionists, mentalists and magicians in the world - and is the only Member in Singapore!
Tom DeVoe is a full-time professional Mentalist, and has performed across the UK, India, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, the Cook Islands, the USA, Japan, Korea, Malaysia and more - for over 16 years.
"Tom's tricks and mind reading skills were WORLD-CLASS and left guests in AWE!" - NETFLIX
"Extremely entertaining and left everyone spellbound" - Spotify
"Prepare to be amazed! Entertaining, funny and extremely clever - it has to be seen to be believed" - Walt Disney Company
"We were truly bedazzled, bewildered and delighted" – Financial Times
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