Museum of Magic! - Children's Magic Workshops
  • West End

Once a month the Museum of Comedy is transformed into the Museum of Magic! Magicians from the prestigious London Magic Circle and West End Magic congregate to present an unforgettable afternoon for children and families alike! Electrifying magician & Hogwarts professor Wayne Trice will be teaching young wizards aged 7-13!

Each event features:

  • One of three different Children's Magic Workshops
  • A Professional Magician Showcase for all the family!
  • A designated parents' area with newspapers, coffee and the magic of some peace and quiet!

Tickets purchased through this page are for the Children's Workshops only. You can book tickets for the Professional Magician Showcases here.

Book a spot before they vanish!

The next Museum of Magic Days will be:

Saturday 21st July

Workshop - Shazam
Performance - Oliver Meech

Saturday 25th August

Workshop - Abracadabra
Performance - Wayne Trice

Saturday 29th September

Workshop - Hocus Pocus
Performance - Oliver Tabor

Saturday 27th October

Workshop - Shazam
Performance - Wayne Trice

Saturday 24th November

Workshop - Abracadabra
Performance - Oliver Tabor

ABRACADABRA - Magic jumping rubber band, Houdini vanishing coin and magic appearing knot on rope and the amazing one-handed knot.
HOCUS POCUS - Vanishing pen and coin, amazing linking paper clips, impossible mind-reading crayon.
SHAZAM - Finger puzzle trick, incredible mind-reading card trick, playing card game puzzle.

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