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There are also many events where a series of readings for friends, family, colleagues and guests can add greatly to the proceedings.

Here are a few ideas.


Themed parties

Perhaps you are holding a Halloween party, or a 'Goth' event. Tarot readings are very popular, and can help to make your event memorable, even being the highlight of the occasion.


Dinner parties

Here's a way to break away from the boring conventions!

Even the most sophisticated guest can appreciate a talk first about the background, the history and the possible mechanisms involved. I'm more than happy to have a discussion debate about these as well.

And even the most hardened sceptic may well find themselves wanting a reading, 'just out of interest, you understand'

Hen nights

More suitable for the earlier part of the evening(!)

At an event marking such a major transition in life, what a perfect way to take stock of the past, and think about what the future may bring?


Weddings

This can fit in really well, especially as part of a medieval theme.

At one wedding was so popular, and the queue was so long that we had to delay the dancing (I should have been leading the band).

It would have been wonderful to have been able to continue giving the readings, in a separate area, at the same time as the dance and then disco were going on.


Staff parties and conferences

At the last such staff party, at one point there were more guests waiting in the queue to have readings than there were on the dance floor for the disco!

The disco started at the same time as I did, and we were both working solidly all the way through, until the coaches came to collect everyone at the end.

As I've said, these readings prove to be very popular indeed!


Garden parties

At one garden party, although we were booked to provide other entertainment as well, the one question that guests kept asking on arrival was 'when are the readings going to take place?'

When they did start, the queue stretched right down the garden, and we had to throw a lot of the repertoire out of the window as I couldn't get away to join in with the rest of the group.

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