How not to catch a bullet

How not to catch a bullet

A new magical opera about Chung Ling Soo premiers in June 2018 The Guardian writes: How not to catch a bullet On March 23 1918, the Wood Green Empire in north London was packed to the rafters as the most famous magician of the era, Chung Ling Soo – “the...
Audience Handling Tips for Magicians

Audience Handling Tips for Magicians

Listen to this interview brimming with brilliant tips and insights from award-winning magician Paul Megram. Here you’ll learn how you can manage both children and adult audiences effectively and create the perfect conditions so you can give your best show every time....
Weekend Cartoon for you

Weekend Cartoon for you

This cartoon was found on Magician Surprise The fact that a woman is smiling worries a magician that want’s to saw her in half More jokes can be found at: Magician Jokes Today’s Friday Funnies is all to do with magician jokes. The first of the magician...
History of Magic: Derren Brown

History of Magic: Derren Brown

At times controversial and always impressive, mentalist extraordinaire Derren Brown has made himself one of the most—if not the most—extraordinary and impressive performers living today. From helping eliminate a person’s fear of flying, to playing Russian roulette...
History of Magic: Louis Haselmayer

History of Magic: Louis Haselmayer

Though lesser known than most in the history of magic, Austrian Louis Haselmayer was actually a magician of great skill and many talents. He toured the world and was noted for his spectacular illusions and showmanship, as well as his ‘little creatures’—white mice and...
History of Magic: Penn and Teller

History of Magic: Penn and Teller

Meet magic’s dynamic duo and two of the most famous and most highly regarded magicians today, Penn Jillette and Raymond Teller. Though exceedingly different in lifestyle and interests, the two have great rapport and have achieved a lot together, from amazing audiences...
History of Magic: Professor Louis Hoffmann

History of Magic: Professor Louis Hoffmann

Angelo John Lewis carved a name for himself in the annals of magic not by doing spectacular performances and dangerous stunts, but by penning over 25 impressive volumes on magic. Using the pen name Professor Hoffman, Lewis wrote so prolifically about magic that he was...
History of Magic: Theodore Annemann

History of Magic: Theodore Annemann

Theodore Annemann was a big man in the history of magic. Not only an accomplished mentalist and a daring magician who had the guts to perform the dangerous Bullet Catching trick, he wrote extensively and was a prolific creator of tricks and effects that benefit many...

Pip and Paul Episode 19 - Backstage at Improv

Pip and Paul's first public improv show! Plus, more opportunities to see us live. The show is building, the tension is mounting, will we be ready?! As always, we'd love to hear some feedback, let us know what questions you'd like answered. Please leave your comments and questions below we will address them in future videos.

Pip And Paul Episode 19 – Backstage at Improv

Pip and Paul’s first public improv show! Plus, more opportunities to see us live. The show is building, the tension is mounting, will we be ready?! Pip and Paul Episode 19 – Backstage at Improv Pip and Paul’s first public improv show! Plus, more...

Pip and Paul Episode 18 - The Ideal Episode

Two announcements, a visit to an exhibition and we meet some of Pip and Paul's showbiz friends. An ideal episode indeed!

Pip And Paul Episode 18 – The Ideal Episode

What makes an ideal episode? Two announcements, a visit to an exhibition and we meet some of Pip and Paul’s showbiz friends. An ideal episode indeed! To join us in our first Improv Show on 14th April, you can purchase tickets for £5 at: bit.ly/improv-show Pip...

Pip And Paul Episode 17 - The One With The Blackpool Convention

We entered! Did we win? Pip's act is entered into the UK's largest children's entertainer competition. What happened? Did he win?

Pip And Paul Episode 17 – The One With The Blackpool Convention

We entered! Did we win? Pip’s act is entered into the UK’s largest children’s entertainer competition. What happened? Did he win? Pip And Paul Episode 17 – The One With The Blackpool Convention We entered! Did we win? Pip’s act is entered...
History of Magic: Hieronymus Scotto

History of Magic: Hieronymus Scotto

The first person to be known as a conjuror during the Renaissance, Hieronymus Scotto entertained aristocrats and heads of state throughout Europe with his impressive juggling, card, and mentalism tricks. Not much is known about him, but some records show that he came...
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