There are between 6 and 16 people on each course, with a minimum age of 16. We have a wide varity of people attending, and we find that they are all very enthusiastic at the end to go out and try what they have learnt!
The course will run over three Saturdays, and will be from 11 am to 3pm. Course materials and notes will be supplied, but not lunch etc.
Please note that tickets are transferable, but not refundable.
If you wish, you can book the course of three lessons on-line, and your space would be reserved on the next course. The days on the course are transferable, so if you wished you could do the first day on one course, and the last two on the next for example. However each day builds on what's taught on the previous one, so we do recommend doing the days in order.
The course is aimed at those looking to gain a good working knowledge of the fundamentals of magic. We will be teaching the technical, presentation and misdirection techniques that are important for all types and levels of magic.
The course will include card, coin, rope, sponge balls plus the classics of cups & balls, as well as other aspects of sleight-of-hand. The important aspects of presentation and misdirection will also be introduced and developed throught the course.
For more information, please contact Bill Davenport on 020 7836 0408, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
A basic course outine is below, however this may well change depanding on the specific requirements of the individuals:
Basic gimmicks - Thumb Tip: Technique, Body Language, and Ideas
Sponge Balls - Palming, Passes, Misdirection, Routine
Card Magic - Grips, Breaks, Shuffle techniques, Doubles, Forcing and Tricks.
Practice, tricks and techniques.
Revision of Day 1
Card Magic - More Forces and Controls, Basic Routining of a Trick.
Coin Magic - Basic moves, basic routine, sources
Thread work - stripping, fixing, handling, different types
Presentation - Construction of a Routine theory.
Revision of Day 2
Card Magic - More Shuffle technique, Glimpses, Glide, Colour-changes, Key technique.
Cups and Balls - Basic Moves, Routine, Ideas and Sources.
Magic sources, clubs, competitions etc
To book tickets online, click here