About Donimo Magic

Donimo Boy

From a young age, I discovered a passion for magic and theatre. That's me 30 years ago when I first began performing magic at parties. This passion for the performing arts led me to a successful career as a professional magician, clown and jester. I have travelled all over the world performing to audiences internationally on both stage and television. When I started out I never imagined that magic would take me to such amazing places.  

Today I enjoy performing interactive magic as Donimo the close-up magician, as professional jester Phoenix the Fool and the physical comedy and Magic of Donimo the silent clown.

Whatever you're celebrating, I look forward to helping you make your event even more magical. 

Donimo's career spans over 30 years.

Awards include:

  • Central TV’s New Faces 1988 (finalist with the largest phone in public vote in the history of the series). 
  • Variety act of the year UK
  • Gold Clown Award at the Comedy Arts Festival in Tianjin, China
  • Silver Medal from the prestigious Festival Mondialdu Cirque de Demain in Paris.

Charity Performances include:

  • Princes Trust
  • Queens Silver Jubilee Trust
  • British Red Cross
  • Great Ormond St. Hospital    
  • National Parkinson Foundation
  • Comic Relief

Highlights include:

  • Appearances on prime time television (including Children’s Royal Variety Show, Wogan Show, BBC Going Live), BBC Tricky Business 
  • Celebrity Parties (including HRH Prince Charles, Sultan of Brunei, King Hassan of Morocco, royal family of Monaco).        
  • International Festivals (including National Children’s Museum in Jordan, Monte Carlo international circus festival, Festival Mondialdu Cirque de Demain in Paris).
  • Supporting artist for (amongst others) Phil Collins, Rick Wakeman, Sir Cliff Richard, Stevie Wonder, Ken Dodd, and Cannon & Ball.
  • Production shows (including Cirque Balagan in Reno NV Cirque dreams tours USA, Cirque Surreal at the Edinburgh).   
  • Tributes (including “Sons of the Desert Anniversary Celebration" in a tribute to Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy).