Entries by Kevin McMahon

Magic Consultancy

“Magic Consultant” is one of the few jobs that peaks more interest than saying you’re a magician. The job description is to make a moment(s) in a performance situation look magical. I’m friends and colleagues with a few that have consulted on Dynamo’s show, and also others who have created magic in some of the […]

The Colour Changing Flower Bed

I don’t think anyone has ever recycled wonder before, but I think this just about ticks the box. A brand new art-illusion fusing magic, science and floristry, inspired by possibilities that only become apparent when you change your perspective. Presenting the Colour Changing Flower Bed – an idea that was developed with my great friend, […]

Pickpocketing and The Disappearing Tie Trick

  Thanks to the wonderful lady at one event last week who took these photos of a ‘tie steal’ in process. I love doing this; a tie literally disappears right off the neck of a guest – without him noticing. This is one of the most bold and entertaining ‘tricks’ a magician can do in a […]

Quantum Magic at the World’s Largest Festival

If you’ve never done the Fringe in Edinburgh before then you’re missing the most wonderful, crazy, busy, colourful month of arts, culture, comedy, theatre, dance, magic and much, much more all in about 1 square mile. My home town kinda doubles in size and becomes the centre for the arts in the World for a […]

Funny Turn with Stephen K Amos, Ed Byrne and others

Stephen K Amos, Ed Byrne, Tom Binns, Markus Birdman and me. All on stage, all for Stroke Association Scotland’s “Not Just a Funny Turn” event. The debating hall at Gilded Balloon became the place to be mid way through the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for a pretty wonderful line up of comedy talent and a Magician. […]

Quantum Magic Premieres at the Fringe

Having spent the first ten years of his adult life completely immersed in Physics and the next ten in magic, Member of the Magic Circle Kevin is most likely the only person on the planet who’s reached the magic 10,000 hours needed to make you an ‘expert’ – in both areas. He’s also one of […]