Shazam, you lovely people. Here’s the deal. I’ve loved magic ever since I was 4 year old boy (before that I was a girl and it never really appealed to me) Over the next 16 years I learned lots of magic, picked the tricks that suited me best and put together an act good enough to win awards and perform at a professional level. A few years later I took the biggest gamble of my life and left my job to pursue my dream of performing magic full time. Although it was the best decision of my life….I probably should have left my job with more than one booking in the diary.
Over the years I’ve experimented with different styles & clients. At one point I was a serious mind-reader performing for Millionaires and Royalty. However, I always felt more at home thinking on my feet in front of a live working class comedy audience, it just felt more real and it was something I was not only good at, but something few entertainers could do. Recently I’ve been focusing more on the business side of things, however I now have the magic bug back and I’m enjoying writing and developing a new act and you can be the first to see it on March 28th as part of the Glasgow Comedy Festival.
Glasgow Comedy Festival
On Saturday, 28th March 2015, I will be performing a mixture of my tried and tested routines with some new and exciting effects just released to the magic world. I’d love it if you all came along. I’ll also be sharing some of my most embarrassing / funny stories from gigs that didn’t go quite as planned.
The Admiral Bar: 72 Waterloo Street, Glasgow
For £8 this is an absolute steal. (especially as you’ll be entitled to free entry to the comedy show afterwards)