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Triple Exposure offers three commercial, funny routines relying upon a clever Dobbo variation on his mentor Roy Johnson’s switch frame, that Roy designed specifically for Vic Pinto’s wonderful Society of International Magicians routine that was all the rage in the mid-1970’s.
Suited for online shows via Zoom, FaceBook Live and any other Live media platform.
What was Houdini’s Card Trick?
Legend as it, that Houdini was a competent card magician before becoming the famous escapologist… <Read More>
TLC is mental epic in your pocket or any wallet with erasable liquid chalk on durable and reusable printed black plastic cards, that everything can be examinable in the end.
You ask the spectator to Think of something, Look at something and Choose from something while you write them down on each card before they are revealed!
INVISIBLE COCKTAILS is the sort of item that you can carry with you at all times, so you are always ready to perform a natural- looking, powerful routine after hours with attractive, natural props.
It uses an ingenious principle that, for whatever reason, has seemingly been overlooked by magicians.
AT LAST! The King Of Magic gets his own coin! This is a fun item for collectors and performers alike. It’s a dollar-sized coin bearing the profile of one of the UK’s magic stars of the 20th Century – but in true Dobbo style it has built into it 10 (count ’em) magical revelations and sight gags.
An beautiful elegant deceptive close up black meshed two way force bag.
9 x 6 inches, this force bag is ideal for the strolling magician and mentalist.
Comes complete with Wayne’s updated killer routine, Lucky Dip 2.0,
Derren Brown’s “top go to effect…”
“An unbelievable game of chance”
Conjuror’s Choice is a magic effect like no other. Cleverly disused as a “game” of chance that your spectator will love to play!
The performer introduces 9 postcards of historical magicians. He lays them out of a table he also hands a small booklet, explaining that it contains the instructions on how to play the game.
It’s a theme Wayne has visited a number of times, but here he adds a funny finishing line to the routine.
You show three cards, each bearing respectively the words ‘This, That and Nothing‘ on them.