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Darren Delaney was incredible this evening at the Illusioneer Theatre! My mind exploded when you performed the Magic Square trick!

When Darren’s not booked as a magician for private events, you can watch him perform at a number of nights in and around London.

Now That’s magic

Tuesday 14th January 2020

Now That’s Magic is London’s only magical open mic night and it’s totally free to you all!

Every month 8 acts flock to the Fiddler’s Elbow in Camden to try out new tricks or practice their craft. You may see the odd miracle or things could go very wrong but the drinks at least are wonderful!

No need to book ahead of time just turn up on the day, we have close up magic for those arriving early and the show kicks off at 8pm.

Tickets: Free, just show up!

Venue: The Fiddlers Elbow, 1 Malden Road, NW5 3HS London, United Kingdom (See map)

Now That's Magic

The Magicians’ Showcase

Sunday 26th January & Sunday 23rd February 2020

Come and enjoy and spellbinding night of fun filled entertainment for The Magicians’ Showcase! Now in its third year, this has become the capital’s top monthly magic night!

Hosted by Darren McQuade, The Magicians Showcase features some of Londons’ leading and most talented magicians and illusionists, who will be showcasing to you some of the very best new and classic illusions.

Tickets: £8 + booking fee

Venue: The London Improv Theatre, 104 Finchley Road, London NW3 5JJ (see map)

The Magicians Showcase

The Illusioneer Presents….

Thursday 12th March 2020

The Illusioneer Presents brings together some of London’s most talented magicians for a full evening of sophisticated entertainment in an elegant and atmospheric setting.

Hosted at a Grade II listed Georgian manor, the show recaptures the excitement created by the high society of the 1920s and 30s. Before the show, guests will have the opportunity to explore the manor, to indulge at the bar and to unwind in a glamorous setting.

Two bars and bowl food are to hand.

This show is a must-see for lovers of magic, for those with good taste, and for anyone with a desire to have their understanding of the laws of physics questioned.

Tickets: £17.84 – £22.15

Venue: Belair House, Gallery Rd, London, Dulwich SE21 7AB (See map)