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Hire a Sydney Magician with MAGIQUE

MAGIQUE is your Boutique of Magicians, Are you looking for a Local magicians for your event? look no further, we’ve got you covered ! :)

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Whether your event is for 10 guests up to 5000 guests, a Magician is a great way to entertain for your event. At MAGIQUE we provide various types of Magicians & performers –  and shows. We don’t have set packages but rather customise the show to your event.

Close-Up Magic, mingle Magic :
Roving or Close-Up magic is great way to keep the event intimate and blow the minds of your guests, the Magician can mingle with your guests and showcase card, coin and various sleight of hand illusions.

Stage Magic, centre floor show :
You don’t specially need a huge or elaborate stage or setting to have stage magic, but generally you would need at least 50 guests and a setting where all guests can view the magician. Shows generally range from 5 minutes up to 30 minutes max! magic is fun, visual and amazing.

Hypnosis , Mentalism and Various other options of Illusion :
Seeing your best mate hypnotised is hilarious ! we can also provide stage or close up hypnosis shows, or illusionists who specialise in Mentalism. Contact us today for more info.
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Prices for a Magician can vary but feel free to contact us today and we can provide an option that will fall within your budget. Call us on 1300 747 644 to discuss where your event is, how many people are attending and what type of show your after. If you’re unsure, we can guide you through what we suggest based on our experience working with Magician over the past 6 years.

Below is a few Videos of our Magicians.

Thanks for stopping by our Blog, contact us today to find your local Sydney Magician for your event. :)

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Hire a Sydney Magician – MAGIQUE

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Magique is your Boutique of Magicians, providing professional illusionists for your events. Today in this Blog we will cover our Sydney Magicians, with pictures, videos and some insights into their skill. Magic is a great way to entertain for Weddings, Corporate events, Product launches /trade-shows or even your Birthday – our Performers are professional, friendly and amazing! 

Magician Neo
Neo is a professional magician based in Sydney with both close up magic skill, and stage illusion shows. Neo has performed at Magique Halloween Circus his routines of illusion for 2500+ people, all the way down to small birthday Gatherings for 10 people. You can watch a short promotional Video of Magician Neo embedded below.

Neo’s stage magic is a combination of visual wonder, comedy and interactive magic. Originally from Korea, Neo now calls Australia home as has performed across our nation in the past few years for all types of events.

You can hire Neo for your event by contacting us today 

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Magician Jean-Christophe Celestin
Jean-Christophe is an Australian magician /mentalist with a professional attitude and witty character. Predominately a close up performer, Jean performs mind magic along with illusions your eyes will not believe. Magician Jeans focus is you – the client, his main priority is to leave a lasting impression at your event for you and your guests.
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Mentalism, for those who don’t know, is slightly different from your flashy magic – it’s more about tricks which involve the mind, interactive magic. Jean-Christophe has been performing for over 10 years now professionally in Australia and abroad. You can watch a short promotional video of Magician Jean-Christophe below:

You can hire Magician Jean-Christophe for your event by contacting us today.

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Magician Joko
Joko is a character ! a funny close up professional magician who specializes in card and coin magic. With a superior sleight of hand proficiency, Joko is defiantly a unique performer who brings a fresh approach to close up magic. You can watch a short promotional Video of Jokos Magic below:

Magician joko can manipulate various small objects right in front of your eyes, with a comical story and witty delivery, you will be astounded by his skill.
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You can hire Magician Joko for your event by contacting us today.

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Magician Pedro Ruiz
Pedro Ruiz is a magician with hypnosis skills, who favors close up mingle magic. Magician Pedro is great at telling a story, not just showing you a trick. His illusions are ranged from visual, to those of the mind – to making you guests act differently under hypnosis. You can watch a short promotional video of Magicians Pedros work below:

Pedro has performed for various, club and festival events, corporate clients and weddings both locally in Sydney and abroad in Korea, South America etc.
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You can hire Magician Pedro Ruiz for your event by contacting us today.

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Magician Daniel Spade
Daniel Spade is a Sydney magician with both stage and close up experience. Daniel is known for being friendly, engaging and skill full. He also has the ability to relate to, and blend in to any crowd – be it corporate event, formal function down to a local pub event.
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If your event is small or large, a wedding or corporate function, even a product launch feel free to get in touch with us today for more information about Magician Daniel Spade. You can hire Daniel for your event by contacting us today.

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Magician James Dehombre
James Dehombre is a Sydney Hypnotist, pick pocket sleight of hand expert with both stage and close up skills. If you don’t believe in Hypnosis or that you can be hypnotized, after meeting James you will!
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You can hire James for your event by contacting us today.

Feel free to contact us for your Sydney Magician bookings  today and we can provide the right performer for your event.

To View Local magicians in Melbourne, Adelaide, Queensland or Perth you can check out our Performers page for a full list with Videos and Information on each Magician

Thank you for stopping by our blog on Sydney Magician and contact us today to book your performer for your Wedding, Christmas Party, Corporate function or birthday.

Ask MAGIQUE for an obligation free quote 1300 747 644

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if your looking for a local Magician to perform at your event, you have come to the right place. But before we tell you about Magique, below is a few tips/ pointers which will help you with your Magician search:

* Watch their Promo Video. Generally the easiest way to get a feel for the Magicians style is to watch him online, see what comments users have made and see how much of his work is up online. If he doesn’t have any videos up online, this could be a No.

* Get a few quotes, but know what your paying for. Don’t just go for the cheapest, the most expensive but rather look at the level of skill of the performer. In this, dont just take it on “I have 15 years experience” as some performers tend to overrate their skill- he could have been doing 15 years of bad shows.

* Get testimonials, if a Magician is good and has been working for a number of years he would and should have some past testimonials, these could be written on a company letterhead with contact details, this allows you to call the customer and ask a few questions.

* Understand what you need, I talk more about this in Different Types of Magic shows, what to choose. There is Close up, mingle Magic or stage magic and a few tips in that article which will help in deciding what will work for your guests.

* $100, $200, $300, $400 you will not get a good magician. Your best of looking for a clown or entry level performer. A professional Magician with a min of 5-6 years experience will not perform for this, this is pretty standard worldwide.
Sydney Magicianany other questions feel free to touch base with us, or contact us here.

Here is a few reasons why Magique can, and will help find the best Magician or performer for your event:

* Unlike a stand alone performer, we have a cast of various performers at hand. By firstly understanding your event, your audience, location and the type of event we can suggest the best performer from our cast.

* Obligation free quote, and Demonstration: you can meet any of Magiques Magicians for an free demonstration at a location close to you. This is the easiest way to decide before you commit.

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* Working with various performers, if for whatever reason your Magician is ill, sick or unable to make it – we can always find a suitable replacement with little to no stress.

* We work alongside the Magicians we work with, attend their shows and have a strong grasp on what will work and what wont. We understand how different shows can suit different audiences and will always work with our clients interest first.

You can view some of our  Magicians here or feel free to call 1300 747 644 or Contact Us
thanks for taking the time to read our blog :)

Who will you Fool, Prank – April Fools Day by MAGIQUE

do you know what April 1st is? if you don’t you might get tricked.. and not just by us Magicians. Below is a some cool April Fools Day pranks, enjoy :)
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Cover an onion with chocolate and serve it for Breakfast, LOL!

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Google maps prank with an 8-bitt version launched on April 1 before their upgrade – Even GOOGLE had a go at pranking – wonder if they’ll do something like this again?.

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1957 – BBC news show Panorama announced that thanks to a very mild winter and the virtual elimination of the dreaded spaghetti weevil, Swiss farmers were enjoying a bumper spaghetti crop. It accompanied this announcement with footage of Swiss peasants pulling strands of spaghetti down from trees. Huge numbers of viewers were taken in. Many called the BBC wanting to know how they could grow their own spaghetti tree – LOL

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The 1 April 1982 issue of the Daily Mail reported that a local manufacturer had sold 10,000 “rogue bras” that were causing a unique and unprecedented problem, not to the wearers but to the public at large. Apparently the support wire in these bras had been made out of a kind of copper originally designed for use in fire alarms. When this copper came into contact with nylon and body heat, it produced static electricity which, in turn, was interfering with local television and radio broadcasts. The chief engineer of British Telecom, upon reading the article, immediately ordered that all his female laboratory employees disclose what type of bra they were wearing.

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In April 1934, many American newspapers (including The New York Times) printed a photograph of a man flying through the air by means of a device powered only by the breath from his lungs. Accompanying articles excitedly described this miraculous new invention. The man, identified as German pilot Erich Kocher, blew into a box on his chest. This activated rotors that created a powerful suction effect, lifting him aloft. Skis on his feet served as landing gear, and a tail fin allowed him to steer. What the American papers didn’t realize was that the “lung-power motor” was a joke. The photo had first appeared in the April Fool’s Day edition of the Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung. It made its way to America thanks to Hearst’s International News Photo agency which not only fell for the hoax but also distributed it to all its U.S. subscribers. In the original article, the pilot’s name was spelled “Erich Koycher,” which was a pun on the German word “keuchen,” meaning to puff or wheeze.

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The April 1985 issue of Sports Illustrated contained a story about a new rookie pitcher who planned to play for the Mets. His name was Sidd Finch, and he could reportedly throw a baseball at 168 mph with pinpoint accuracy. This was 65 mph faster than the previous record. Surprisingly, Sidd Finch had never even played the game before. Instead, he had mastered the “art of the pitch” in a Tibetan monastery under the guidance of the “great poet-saint Lama Milaraspa.” Mets fans celebrated their teams’ amazing luck at having found such a gifted player, and they flooded Sports Illustrated with requests for more information. In reality this legendary player only existed in the imagination of the author of the article, George Plimpton, who left a clue in the sub-heading of the article: “He’s a pitcher, part yogi and part recluse. Impressively liberated from our opulent life-style, Sidd’s deciding about yoga —and his future in baseball.”

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In 1962 there was only one tv channel in Sweden, and it broadcast in black and white. But on 1 April 1962, the station’s technical expert, Kjell Stensson, appeared on the news to announce that, thanks to a new technology, viewers could convert their existing sets to display color reception. All they had to do was pull a nylon stocking over their tv screen. Stensson proceeded to demonstrate the process. Thousands of people were taken in

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The 1 April 1992 broadcast of National Public Radio’s Talk of the Nation revealed that Richard Nixon, in a surprise move, was running for President again. His new campaign slogan was, “I didn’t do anything wrong, and I won’t do it again.” Accompanying this announcement were audio clips of Nixon delivering his candidacy speech. Listeners responded viscerally to the announcement, flooding the show with calls expressing shock and outrage. Only during the second half of the show did the host John Hockenberry reveal that the announcement was a practical joke. Nixon’s voice was impersonated by comedian Rich Little.

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Burger King published a full page advertisement in the April 1st edition of USA Today announcing the introduction of a new item to their menu: a “Left-Handed Whopper” specially designed for the 32 million left-handed Americans. According to the advertisement, the new whopper included the same ingredients as the original Whopper (lettuce, tomato, hamburger patty, etc.), but all the condiments were rotated 180 degrees for the benefit of their left-handed customers. The following day Burger King issued a follow-up release revealing that although the Left-Handed Whopper was a hoax, thousands of customers had gone into restaurants to request the new sandwich. Simultaneously, according to the press release, “many others requested their own ‘right handed’ version.”

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The April 1995 issue of Discover Magazine reported that the highly respected wildlife biologist Dr. Aprile Pazzo had found a new species in Antarctica: the hotheaded naked ice borer. These fascinating creatures had bony plates on their heads that, fed by numerous blood vessels, could become burning hot, allowing the animals to bore through ice at high speeds. They used this ability to hunt penguins, melting the ice beneath the penguins and causing them to sink downwards into the resulting slush where the hotheads consumed them. After much research, Dr. Pazzo theorized that the hotheads might have been responsible for the mysterious disappearance of noted Antarctic explorer Philippe Poisson in 1837. “To the ice borers, he would have looked like a penguin,” the article quoted her as saying. Discover received more mail in response to this article than they had received for any other article in their history.

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A barge towing a giant iceberg appeared in Sydney Harbor on the morning of 1 April 1978. Sydneysiders were expecting it. Dick Smith, a local adventurer and millionaire businessman, had been loudly promoting his scheme to tow an iceberg from Antarctica for quite some time. Now he had apparently succeeded. He said that he was going to carve the berg into small ice cubes, which he would sell to the public for ten cents each. These well-traveled cubes, fresh from the pure waters of Antarctica, were promised to improve the flavor of any drink they cooled. Slowly the iceberg made its way into the harbor. Local radio stations provided blow-by-blow coverage of the scene. Only when the berg was well into the harbor was its secret revealed. It started to rain, and the firefighting foam and shaving cream that the berg was really made of washed away, uncovering the white plastic sheets beneath

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1994: An article by John Dvorak in PC Computing magazine described a bill going through Congress that would make it illegal to use the internet while drunk, or to discuss sexual matters over a public network. The bill was supposedly numbered 040194 (i.e. 04/01/94), and the contact person was listed as Lirpa Sloof (April Fools backwards). The article said that the FBI was going to use the bill to tap the phone line of anyone who “uses or abuses alcohol” while accessing the internet. Passage of the bill was felt to be certain because “Who wants to come out and support drunkenness and computer sex?” The article offered this explanation for the origin of the bill: “The moniker ‘Information Highway’ itself seems to be responsible for SB 040194… I know how silly this sounds, but Congress apparently thinks being drunk on a highway is bad no matter what kind of highway it is.” The article generated so many outraged phone calls to Congress that Senator Edward Kennedy’s office had to release an official denial of the rumor that he was a sponsor of the bill.

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In 1949 Phil Shone, a New Zealand deejay for radio station 1ZB, announced to his listeners that a mile-wide wasp swarm was headed towards Auckland. He urged them to take a variety of steps to protect themselves and their homes from the winged menace. For instance, he suggested that they wear their socks over their trousers when they left for work, and that they leave honey-smeared traps outside their doors. Hundreds of people dutifully heeded his advice, until he finally admitted that it had all been a joke. The New Zealand Broadcasting Service was not amused by Shone’s prank. Its director, Professor James Shelley, denounced the hoax on the grounds that it undermined the rules of proper broadcasting. From then on, a memo was sent out each year before April Fool’s Day reminding New Zealand radio stations of their obligation to report the truth, and nothing but the truth.

so the question is, who will you trick today? share your stories with us here or on our Facebook Main Fan Page here

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Magique Turns 2

Although the business was registered in april on 2009, and wasnt till late october ( 2 years ago ) in 2009 that we pushed our ship from shore into the scary sea of business. Time really does fly! and looking back from the place we started.. we are happy with all we have discovered & created along the way.

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Of course the journey is not over, it has only just begun. Magique was formed shortly after I “james Patrick” hosted my birthday on a Harbour cruise with my best friend – whom is a magician, Jean-Christophe Performing with various other magic buddies I’d met over the years. The first cruise, my birthday – saw 120 people aboard and everyone seemed to have a great time.

within 2 years, we have taken it from 120 people – to 2300+ …so we must be sailing in the right direction. In saying that, the focus is not throwing the biggest parties by any means, but rather attempting to throw the most unique parties. Unique by the effort our clientelle put into their costumes, the stage acts and the general visual layout and vibe. No Fights, No troublemakers just a group of people bound by a common interest – fun!

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Okok, enough bragging, we are excited, it’s and exciting business and we hope to be able to always better each and every event we do. Feedback is cruicial for us, and we love your input.

Feel free to email us today, with Idea – Suggestions and thoughts on how we can make our Parties even better than they are:  or you can even call us up on 1300 747 644. If you need a Sydney Magician or Melbourne Magician or unique entertainer for your event feel free to contact us today

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