Magicseen Magazine - November 2008

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Magicseen Magazine - November 2008

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At Vanishing Inc., we have always sought to curate products which love. They must be unique, of a high quality and different. Magicseen Magazine is exactly that and we are thrilled to announce an exclusive partnership with them.

Published in England, Magicseen is COMPLETELY different to any of its competitors. The modern ‘glossy’ format and lighthearted approach makes it ideal to pick up at any time. There is a wonderful combination of feature length articles, short columns, reviews, tricks and more. In recent years, the ‘Masterclass’ section has garnered a lot attention due to the quality of the tricks featured there and with the international contributors which it is able to boast, it is no wonder why!

We believe that this digital format is the perfect way to enjoy Magicseen. You can read it on your phone, iPad or tablet, anywhere in the world, at any time. With issues published on a bi-monthly basis, you will have plenty of time to read and absorb the articles at your leisure while benefitting from outward-looking, international style which Magicseen offers.

Shawn Farquhar - 'On Top Of The World' is the cover feature of issue 23 of Magicseen. In this 5-page interview with Graham Hey, we learn more about the man behind the magic with part 2 to follow in issue 24. We also chat with Miss Magic, one of the leading female magicians in the UK on how she is helping to renovate the image of magic.

The 'A-Z Of Commercial Close Up' feature is invaluable for avid close up performers with the things you need to think about before setting out. Following on from his lecture at Kidology, Pat Fallon tells Magicseen more about magic for older children, and there's also a look at what Paul Zenon has been up to in Worthing with Harry Hill and Lee Mack.

This issue's masterclass features and wonderful move from Alexander Allen titled 'Topit without a Topit', as well as 'FU/FD Mix' from Aldo Columbini. There's a review of the Siegfried and Roy Tribute Show at The London Paladium, and as usual a number of new products are also reviewed, including our very own Joshua Jay's Methods in Magic - Live in the UK, Director's Cut, Toasted, The Plot Thickens, Tommy Pad, E.S.Perfect and many more. All this and much, much more in issue 23 of Magicseen.

Issue 23 contents:

  • Welcome
  • Letters
  • News
  • Miss Magic
  • Visual Gags
  • A-Z of Close Up
  • Pat Fallon
  • Paul Zenon
  • The Bookshelf
  • Shawn Farquhar
  • Masterclass
  • IBM Review
  • Magicares Show
  • Reviews
  • Lee Thompson
  • & Natalie Davey
  • Movie Location
  • Kidology
  • The Chav Column


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