Young township junior magician Sesona Gagana as also awarded the much-coveted Siegfried and Roy Foundation Scholarship at the College of Magic’s annual graduation on Saturday 17 November 2018. Gagana recently returned from representing South Africa’s magical youth on a whirlwind educational tour of Las Vegas and New York.
Our vision as an organisation is to grow the community of magic enthusiasts & performers in Africa. We managed to achieve “both” those goals with Sebastiano Olla. Through one of our productions, we were able to nurture his enthusiasm for magic into becoming a Surprise Guest in our “Monday Night Magic” show.
Andrew Eland, better known by his stage persona “Magic Man”, performed on SABC3’s “Expresso Morning Show” on 1 November 2018.
“The art of illusion takes a seasonally scary twist on Wednesday, October 31 when Brendon Peel and Li Lau present Cabaret Magic: A Halloween Special at the Savoy Theatre.”
One of South Africa’s most-loved ‘street magic’ performers, Andrew ‘Magic Man’ Eland, returns to the country for the Summer of 2018/2019, starting with public performances at the upcoming third Cape Town Buskers Festival from 1 to 11 November at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town.
For centuries there has been the constant debate amongst conjurers, namely “which is better: Magic or Mentalism?” On Tuesday 9 October 2018, Magic.Africa decided to put an end to this debate. “Match referee” Greg Gelb reports.
Men’sHealth Magazine interviews ‘Mo Magic’, one of very few South African magicians to have had his own TV show. Follow his advice to trick your way to the top.
Looking for amazing event entertainment that is remarkable, memorable, versatile & engaging? We give you 16 reasons why you should consider booking a magician, mentalist or magical entertainer.
“The wizard of Khayelitsha leaving the world spellbound” – Olwethu Dyanti featured on Beautiful News
Capetonian illusionist, Olwethu Dyanti, has been featured on Beautiful News, a South African website that “celebrates the extraordinary fabric of human nature that binds our nation.”
Magic is magic is magic, right? Well, yes and no. At Café Roux Cape Town on Tues 9 Oct 2018 you’ll get the chance to get a closer look at – and gain a better understanding of – two significantly separate disciplines when veteran Marcel Oudejans pits his years of visual illusion and sleight of hand skills up against the mentalism and mind-reading of the award-winning Brendon Peel.