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Magic Acts and Magicians in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshir
Magic Acts and Magicians in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Grampian, Scotland, UK
We at About Aberdeen think that Aberdeenshire is magic. Not only is is such a great place to live but Aberdeenshire has some great magicians living and performing throughout the Shire.
Barry Jones has appeared on Channel 4 magic shows Magick and Dirty Tricks - read about him
and read about
his stage and television partner Stuart Macleod.
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Where and how to book a magician for parties, a children's party, wedding or corporate event:
There are many magicians available to entertain you and your guests in most parts of Aberdeenshire. These are the ones we known about:
Alan Innes and Allan Petrie form the magical act of Allans Magic
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The Great Hootini
The Great Hootini is the stage name of Carl Howse who specialises in close-up magic for adults and families and entertaining children. He has won awards for close up and stand up magic including the prestige Jocky Scott Trophy for Entertainment and Comedy awarded to him by fellow magicians.
Carl is helped by his white rabbit Henry. The Great Hootini makes balloon models and can do a kids disco and party games and is available for most events, corporate and private, such as Birthday Parties, BBQ's, Weddings. Any type of event where the Great Hootini can mix with the guests or do a stand-up cabaret style show will see him and Henry entertain your guests.
Carl Howse has been performing magic shows for over 20 years and regularly entertains corporate clients in the North East and has been mystifying guests every week at the Hilton Craigendarroch Hotel
for the past 10 years.
To book the Great Hootini contact Carl Howse on 01330 825429 or visit his website at www.thegreathootini.co.uk
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Garry Seagraves is a hugely entertaining magician who specialises in close up magic, card tricks, and children's entertaining. He is also available for any type of party where he loves to mingle with the guests performing close up magic tricks, balloon shaping and modelling, illusions, group tricks and cabaret. Garry likes to involve the audience in his tricks which helps break the ice at any event. He is accompanied by Basil, his white rabbit who sits in his top hat.
Garry Seagraves is a member of Equity and The Magic Circle and has won several awards which include Scotland's Best Stage Performer and the Murray Wand for Showmanship at the 50th Celebration of the Scottish Association of Magical Societies.
Garry Seagraves performs each Sunday from 2.30 - 4.30 pm at Chiquito
. He can also be seen by patients and families at the Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital on a Friday afternoon. Garry Seagraves performs one to one magic to cheer up the sick children and will also put on magic shows for the sick children and their mum, dads, brothers and sisters. This includes card tricks and making balloon animals.
Contact Address, Telephone Number And Website
34 Braeside Place
Tel : (01224) 325431
Famous Magicians From Aberdeenshire
Aberdonian Walford Bodie
was a stage performer from the 1880s to 1939. He was famed for healing people and performing tricks with electricity. His most famous acts involved an electric chair given to him by Harry Houdini. Read more about Walford Bodie
Stonehaven lad John Henry Anderson
was the first magician to pull a rabbit from a hat and popularised the catching of a bullet trick. Read more about John Henry Anderson
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