Magique Halloween Circus is now in it’s 4th year, and this is our 5th year hosting halloween events. Our first party a sold out Harbour Cruise in 2009. This year seems to be flying by already and we have already started planning the 2013 event.
The effort guests put into their costumes is really what sets aside Magique from other Halloween parties in Sydney. Making it compulsory to dress up is a benefit too, it attracts a great crowd of friendly party goers.
Have you watched the Video from the 2012 event? check out the aftermovie below:
This year Magique Halloween Circus will Not be hosted at Luna Park Sydney, The Big top – and we have a new venue for you… time for a change with something slightly different.
Tickets and full info will be up soon, You can follow us on Facebook here. We have Birthday packages and special event discounts so feel free to email us today:
It’s fast approaching, February 14th the day where florists and card vendors thrive. Chocolates and gifts all to show our love for that special someone. Are you going to propose to your Girlfriend, boyfriend?
It’s something you only do once, and with Magic ~! it can be a memorable. Our Magicians can teach you, or even help you make the ring appear in the most unexpected of places , in the most magical of ways .
Contact us today for more info
so Korean Pop star sensation PSY arrived in Sydney This week and with him, and also Halloween just around the corner we teamed up with Dope Source Media to create a fun, random viral video.
Kien Luu from Dope Source Media shot & edited the Video and myself (James Patrick) came up with the concept. Make up to zombify our actors was supplied by Janet Yong & Estefania who did a great job in such short time provided. The whole video was strung together in 24 hours with the fast release being important.
Magique grabbed the talented Stas on the saxophone and amazing Anh Le AKA DirdyBirdy on the pole to add a different twist to the video. With slight Magique Halloween Circus promotion in the video we didn’t want to make it too much of an ad, but more a fun video that friends would share.
starting at 7am, it took all the way till 4pm to get make up, video and the shots we wanted. All the actors did a Great job getting involved and playing the Zombie roles – whom will be also performing on Halloween both on stage and roaming through the hall.
for those who are yet to see the Viral PSY video/song the video has taken the world by storm and broken records for views and likes across the board with PSY quirky dancing, and unique chessy sound
We are wondering if anyone this Halloween will actually dress up as a Zombified PSY? this will be interesting. If you haven’t got your tickets to our Halloween event at Luna Park yet, you can still get $60 tickets but only for a short time. Check out the event page here:
We did get quite a few strange looks whilst roaming the city, but all in the name of art… right? we want to do this again so if you want to get involved feel free to contact us direct or comment – its all for fun!. See you all at Luna Park this coming Saturday
My Dads pretty tough to buy for I must admit it. Last Fathers day we were booked out, and I managed to get out to 2 of the shows which our Magicians were performing at. Whether your father is 40,60,80 the look on their face when they witness the impossible right infront of their eyes – is like a child finding a new toy!. Yet again, our weekend is almost booked out but you can Contactus today for availability.
The older you get, the more you realise that life is all about experiences and not as much about material wealth. At Magique we realise the importance of this day so we are offering all our Facebook Friends a discount on Fathersday bookings.
We customise the show to your needs, and better understanding what’s important to your dad – we can peice together illusions that are most relivent. Travelling Australia wide, most of our Magicians are based in Sydney and Melbourne. If this sounds interesting, email us with your location and approx. number of guests, budget if you have one, and what your dad’s favourite thing, hobby, saying is. With this we can quote you on a magical fathers day
Thanks for reading our blog, and if you have any feedback feel free to comment here or on our Facebook Page : Magique
Daffodil Day – an initiative from the Cancer Council, aims to raise much needed funds for Cancer Research & Support. So Far Daffodil Day has raised : $2,697,332 !! and the target is 9.2 million. Held on Friday August 24th 2012, you can get involved as a volunteer on the official Website:
You can Catch Rabbit Magique Raising Funds on Friday 24th August 2012 roaming around Circular Quay up to Wynyard Park between 6am-10:30am so dont forget to say hello, make a donation and tag us in any pictures you capture on Facebook
Why Support Cancer Council?
Emma Rackebrandt, 22 years old (diagnosed at 19)
About three years ago Mum was pushing for me to see a doctor because she sensed something wasn’t right. I’d been putting it off, but deep down also had a feeling that there was something wrong. The doctors found an abnormality in my spine. I was scared and confused.
After the next visit, I was told there was a very large tumour throughout my spinal cord. I had surgery straight away. I was initially in hospital for four weeks and unable to move from the chest down.
From there I was transferred to Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre to learn how to live as a paraplegic. I was determined to become skilled enough to drive a modified car, like some other paraplegics, and so I attended physio daily and worked really hard.
A couple of months into rehab I went for another MRI and was told the tumour had spread to my brain. For the best possible outcome, my doctors spoke to experts all over the world about my type of cancer. I was put through intensive radiation. I also began taking chemotherapy pills, which I’m still on today, all the while having regular blood tests, sometimes daily.
Over the past 3 years I have spent over 18months in and out of hospitals for ongoing treatment. During this time we have also held some very successful Australia’s Biggest Morning Teas to support Cancer Council SA, once even while I was in hospital, and we raised a lot of money while having a lot of fun.
I was studying International Tourism at Uni, but have had to take a break. I’m looking forward to returning to study and completing a shorter Event Management course sometime. In the meantime I still work once a week, when I’m well enough, where I get to see my friends. This means a great deal to me and gives me a sense of independence and normality.
In the past, long before I was sick, my mum organised the annual Daffodil Day and Pink Ribbon stands at Flinders University and I volunteered with her while we were both studying there. These fundraising activities are so important as they not only raise much needed cancer research dollars but send a message of hope to people like me across Australia. You never know, one day the life you save through your support could be your own, just like what happened to me”. EmmaRackebrandt