*Ian Adair’s Mind Blowing Mentalism
Mind Blowing Mentalism features 40 mentalism routines and ideas from the briliant mind of Ian Adair. The effects within this 144 page book are published for the first time. There are some real gems here that are not to be missed.
*Life’s a Beach by Gary Jones (Volume Two)
Magicseen is delighted to present a second volume featuring the magic of top UK professional close up magician Gary Jones.
Gary is one of those performers who is equally at home presenting magic to lay people or to a room full of magicians, and his creative output reflects those two requirements. Some of the magic in this collection is designed to intrigue and fool magicians, while other effects are fast, direct and perfect for working under almost any commercial conditions.
What all the magic has in common is that the methods have been constructed to extract the maximum effect for the minimum of fuss.
Some of Gary’s handlings do require some sleight of hand – he is very fond of palming cards, for instance – but equally, there are other ideas which are basically self working! So there’s something for everyone here.
The vast majority of the 40 effects included here are with cards, but within that Gary has provided a huge variety of plot and magic that always has a big surprise finish. Some of the effects will go straight into your working repertoire because they are just too good to miss!
If you love close up magic that has attack and impact, you are going to love Life’s a Beach Volume 2.
*Mel Mellers’ Magical Mentalism Tour
A brand new book from Mel Mellers. We are delighted to announce that we have published another collection of terrific material from comedy mentalist Mel Mellers. Entitled the Mel Mellers’ Magical Mentalism Tour, this 9″ x 6″ soft back book runs to 92 pages and features 28 of Mel’s mentalism ideas, each of which is commercial and entertaining.
It also has an interesting essay on getting the basics right as well as three further pages of great one liners to use in your act. Mel’s methods are practical and uncomplicated – he has a real gift for getting directly to the nub of what is needed to created any desired effect – and so there will be many ideas which you will soon be including in your repertoire. Those who bought Mel’s first Magicseen publication (The Travelling Trickster) will no doubt be delighted to get hold of more of Mel’s funny mental material.
*The Comedy Helpline
If you want to create a comedy act, or are a comedy performer looking to supplement the fun that you already have, this book will provide you with all the inspiration, advice, effects, one liners and visual gags that you need.
We have tapped into the knowledge and expertise of top comedy performers such as Scott and Muriel, Gaetan Bloom, John Archer, Alan Hudson, Nathan Kranzo, Andy Reay, Michael Finney and many more, all of whom have revealed what it takes to make your magic appealingly funny.
Reading this book will help to find the comic you by providing comedy knowledge and understanding that will make your shows entertaining for all lay people to watch. The contributors have all been there and done it, and now it’s your turn!
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‘Openers’ contains over 40 opening effects from some of magic’s best names and should not be missed. Foreword by Gary Jones.
In this book you will find some of the very best magicians in the world sharing the effects which they use to open their shows or sets.
Magicians included: Matt Baker, Chris Congreave, Michael Murray, Luca Volpe, Ryan Schlutz, Steve Gore, Kev Gregson, Phill Smith, Steve Dela, Gary Jones, Iain Moran, Paul Gordon, Paul Brook, Jasper Blakeley, Carl Royle, Sean Carpenter, John Guastaferro, Alan Rorrison, David Regal, R Paul Wilson, Steve Cook, Liam Montier, Lawrence Hass, Mark Elsdon, Christian Grace, Boris Wild, Etienne Pradier, Rafael Benatar, Chad Long, Shaun McCree, Michael O’Brien, Mark James, Woody Aragon, Daniel Chard, Henry Evans, Fraser Parker, Harry Robson, Peter Pellikaan, Wayne Fox, Peter Nardi, Danny Goldsmith.