The Young Magicians Club is a youth initiative of The Magic Circle, the world's premier magical society. Formed in 1996, the mission of the club is to promote the performance of magic by the young people of today (aged between 10 and 18) and encourage them in their chosen art form so that they can grow into the fine magicians of tomorrow.

To do this The Magic Circle uses its vast knowledge and experience to instruct, encourage and entertain the members of The Young Magicians Club.

Written by Chris Wood   
Sunday, 14 June 2015 08:11
Registration is now open for all members of YMC for the 20th June Workshop. As always two competitions in the morning, one for under-14s and one for 14s and over.

Then in the AFTERNOON –

Once again we will have three Magic Circle magicians teaching workshops.

Dave Loosley is our card expert this month. We know you always enjoy what he does for you and we are always delighted when he says he is available. A lot of you love card magic and he will have something for all abilities.

An ex-YMC member Megan Knowles-Bacon is also with us this month! Her session is Anti-Gravity. She is a popular stage performer and came second the year she entered The Young Magician of the Year. She is going to take you through everything you need to know about levitation!

And how exciting is this? Our third guest presenter is the one and only Angelo Carbone. Yes, honestly! What a creative man he is – and one of the fabulous inventors of Tenyo Magic. Half of his workshop session will be a creativity game and in the other half he will teach you a trick you have to practice on each other. Sounds brilliant to us!

These workshops are open only to paid-up members of YMC. The day costs just £8.00. Simply reply to the registration email you received on Saturday 13th June to reserve your place.

Written by Chris Wood   
Wednesday, 01 April 2015 08:45

What a great Young Magician of the Year 2015 Competition on Sunday 29th March! Six members of YMC competing - all deserving huge congratulations. Well done to winner Leah Devine and joint second place winners Callum McClure and David Hardman who were both brilliant. No one let themselves down. A really good competition - and well compered by ex-YMC star Ben Hart.