King of Balloon Twisters
famous, yet affordable."
pictures of Rami Salami in Argentina in February 2008
Magic Show Thrills them in Roxbury in October 2008
at Faneuil Hall, next to Kevin White on weekends
"In a world of phony baloney entertainers, Rami Salami, AKA Philip Bloom,
is the real deal. You'll find the self-proclaimed King of Balloon Twisters
perfecting his craft in and around Boston, and at Harrod's in London if
you happen to be in the neighborhood! Mr. Salami has a unique way of focusing
attention on his young audience while including the grown-ups in on the
fun. With the help of a very accurate water-squirting camera, rubber chicken,
a Big Dig dog (it's a plastic rat! Ha! Ha!), and other silly props, he
draws even the wariest of children into his magical circle of fun. A little
barrier with colorful graphics and some mini stools keep the adults out,
while giggling kids await their time with Rami. Patient stool sitters are
rewarded with the most elaborate balloon accessories you're likely to see.
Humongous hats with interesting, inflatable baubles compliment the tiniest
The fun begins when Rami opens up his rolling suitcase full of props. After
a bit of joking around, he plucks the guest of honor out of the group and
creates the first silly hat of the party. Any one who wants a hat gets
one! The balloonery continues with the construction of a house, a
spaceship, or a huge geodesic dome. If space permits, the sculpture is
attached to the top of a telescoping pole and balanced on Rami's chin.
A 10-minute comedy/magic show, and the singing of Rami's theme song, signal
the end of the fun.
ANY AND ALL EVENTS CONSIDERED.
A signed confirmation
letter with directions and a 50% deposit is due upon booking a date.