The Centre for the Magic Arts, the first permanent headquarters of The Magic Circle, opened its blue doors in June 1998, the Society’s eighteenth home since its founding in 1905. The transformation of what was a dilapidated Victorian warehouse into a custom-built vibrant home of magic took almost 14 months and cost £2.1 million. The interior proclaims the nature of the attraction from every wall, nook and crannied recess. It was funded by National Lottery money, donations big and small and fund-raising events.
Youngsters conjure up top prizes
A 13-year-old boy who lives in Spain and an 11-year-old girl from West Yorkshire were the big winners at this year’s annual Young Magicians Club Junior Day awards held...
Young Magician of the Year 2023
Having considered the five entries received for the Competition this year the Committee have decided that it is not possible to proceed to a Final. The event on April...