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Magic Seen Iss 75 (June 2017)

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We are delighted to welcome international super star David Copperfield back to Magicseen. We last did a feature on him in issue 28 (September 2009), so it is great that George Luck was able to sit down with David again to produce an exclusive interview. That alone would already make this a stand out edition of Magicseen, but amazingly we have also been talking to Penn and Teller, who are currently back touring in the UK.

As well as these top names we also offer much more in the summer edition of your favourite magic mag. Glen King provides some great advice to enable you to use PR as part of your self promotion, Jonathan Goodwin explains why he thinks that Robert Houdin was wrong to assert that a magician is an actor playing the part of a magician, and for children’s entertainers, Christopher T. Magician gives some brilliant advice regarding onstage helpers.

Plus….we get to chat to Steve Rowe about his unusual magic creations, Eoin Smith charts the amazing rise of David Kwong as a leading magic consultant, and of course our team of hard working and dedicated reviewers get their critical teeth into the latest batch of product releases.

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We are delighted to welcome international super star David Copperfield back to Magicseen. We last did a feature on him in issue 28 (September 2009), so it is great that George Luck was able to sit down with David again to produce an exclusive interview. That alone would already make this a stand out edition of Magicseen, but amazingly we have also been talking to Penn and Teller, who are currently back touring in the UK.

As well as these top names we also offer much more in the summer edition of your favourite magic mag. Glen King provides some great advice to enable you to use PR as part of your self promotion, Jonathan Goodwin explains why he thinks that Robert Houdin was wrong to assert that a magician is an actor playing the part of a magician, and for children’s entertainers, Christopher T. Magician gives some brilliant advice regarding onstage helpers.

Plus….we get to chat to Steve Rowe about his unusual magic creations, Eoin Smith charts the amazing rise of David Kwong as a leading magic consultant, and of course our team of hard working and dedicated reviewers get their critical teeth into the latest batch of product releases.

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