At The Table - November 2017

9.95 usd

Live lecture by Jamie Daws and Steve Rowe ($9.95)

Customer rating:

At The Table - November 2017 - magic

Leading off this month is Steve Rowe, a newcomer to the magic scene, but one who has made his impact felt! He's known for his practical effects that have been molded and refined until they are perfection - every move, every beat, and every word has been thoroughly thought out.

This creative dynamo will share some of his insights on creating props, and using them to get the maximum impact. He will also instruct in some of the techniques he uses to create his own props, including his methods for making flap cards - worth the price of the lecture alone.

So join us on a fun and incredible journey into the mind of one of the most creative thinkers in magic today!

Next up is Jamie Daws, who doesn't just give his audience effects, but instead gives them spine-tingling experiences. Known for effects like Deviate, The Deceased, and Scream, Jamie blurs the worlds of magic and the supernatural seamlessly together while building mystery, tension, and suspense with every line of patter.

As well as creating his noteworthy paranormal effects, you may have seen Jamie performing on Penn and Teller: Fool Us. And now Jamie comes to At The Table with a packed lecture to give us a peek behind the curtain into his creative process and journey!

Join us as we welcome two highly creative magicians At The Table, Steve Rowe and Jamie Daws!


Community questions about At The Table - November 2017

Have a question about this product? It's possible others do too. Ask here and other Vanishing Inc. Magic customers will be able to respond with assistance! Alternatively, email us and we can help too.

Ask a question

Customer reviews for At The Table - November 2017



I bought this for the Jamie Daws lecture but imagine my surprise when I watched Steve Rowe's lecture and discovered what a dynamite performer and ideas man he is. A real double whammy. Worth the price for one, but to get both!

At The Table - November 2017 by Jamie Daws and Steve Rowe