Yearly Archives: 2011


Edinburgh Fringe time again

By |July 26th, 2011|Uncategorized|

Hello all,

Well, after being locked out of the blog for a while, it’s time to let you know about the comings and goings of the next month, it being Fringe time and all.

This year, again, I’ll be performing on the High Street as one of the Alcove buskers outside St Giles’┬áCathedral. I’ve been working in a new show this week, so it will be good to be doing something different (and not having to drag my table up on the bus every day!). Pop along to see a Scottish magician in the Fringe!

Added to this, I’m performing only two indoor […]

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By |July 21st, 2011|Uncategorized|

Well, the blog was hacked ae While ago, but the hackers failed to post their message; it was still in the pending queue…

Normal service will return shortly…

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The Edinburgh magician is back from Hollywood

By |February 1st, 2011|Magic musings|

Last week I got back from Hollywood, where I was performing at the world famous Magic Castle – much like the baseball league, the use of ‘world’ often means ‘in America’ but it’s still a big deal.

The Magic Castle is a private club for magicians that was founded in the early 60s by the Larsen brothers. For many years it was the home of Genii magazine, and perhaps more importantly, the home of Dai Vernon – the father of modern close up magic. It’s the magic epicentre of the world, and to be booked to perform there is a goal […]

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