Whether it’s a signature trick or a full-blown extravaganza involving all the props, smoke and mirrors, every magical performer has something special up his sleeve which consistently wows the audience.
Do magicians make embarrassing mistakes? Of course! Magicians Greg Gelb, Marcel Oudejans and Brendon Peel share their most humiliating moments in front of an audience.
Everybody has to begin somewhere and for magicians and illusionists, it’s no different. 3 magical entertainers recall the first magic trick they learnt to perform and how it led them into a performing career.
Are magic shows 'just for children'? 2 magicians explain why the Art of Magic is about playfulness, curiosity and fascination - emotions are sorely missing from adult life - and why adults should enjoy more magic shows.
What if, just for a moment, professional magicians could perform “real” magic, in the style of, say, Harry Potter and his friends? 3 South African magicians - Marcel Oudejans, Magic Man & Greg Gelb - imagine the possibilities.
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.
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 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.