The winner of the South African Theatre Magazine "Performer of the Year" 2017, Brendon Peel, was interviewed by the same magazine in its May 2018 Edition. Peel shares the highlights of his career, his earliest memories of theatre, and how his focus on mentalism has played such an important role in his career.
During a recent tour of East & West Africa performing in Lagos, Nairobi & Lubumbashi, Magic.Africa's Editor-In-Chief, Marcel Oudejans, was interviewed by Bonface Nyaga for a Kenyan national newspaper, "Daily Nation".
With over 127 shows and more than 600 000 tickets sold across global arenas, master magician Dynamo brings one of the largest scale magic shows in the world to South Africa, opening next week.
Magic fans to be dazzled by SA’s biggest magic show and charming school holiday programme The College of Magic, Cape Town's only magical arts organisation, is gearing up for a fantastical June with two of [...]
Former South Africa Magic Champion, Stuart Lightbody, was asked by the Capetonian radio station CapeTalk to comment on the recent revelations that the world-famous magician David Copperfield has been forced to reveal one of his most dazzling illusions in a recent court case.
Magicians Mchawi (Nairobi, Kenya) and Marcel Oudejans (Cape Town, South Africa) were invited to perform live on NTV Kenya's "#TheTrend" on Friday 27 April 2018. The show is watched by millions of people every week.
Cape Town Magic Club performers Marcel Oudejans & Andrew 'Magic Man' Eland entertained in the commercial suites at DHL Newlands rugby stadium. The Club's "Match Day Magic" promotion runs throughout the 2018 Super Rugby season, to showcase South Africa's best magical entertainers to the corporate market.
Kenyan illusionist, Andrew Simiyu, will be performing at the Bishkek Magic Festival 2018 in Kyrgyzstan in March 2018. Magic.Africa interviewed Andrew to learn about his journey in magic.
Recent co-winner of the Fringe World Festival Theatre Award for his show 'Artiface with Stuart Lightbody', Stuart Lightbody was on the set of the "Good Omens" mini-series being filmed in Cape Town.
Nathan, Jane and Palesa are left gobsmacked by the mesmerising mentalist Larry Soffer. Silverware is bent, money is rendered useless, and Jane even discovers that she has mental abilities of her own!