It’s only a short time ago since John Carey decided to pop his head up from the magical underground and start sharing his material with the wider magical world, instead of just a number of close confidants. In the last couple of years, John has been lecturing around the UK and, on Wednesday 9th November, he finally makes a trip north of the border to lecture, presenting this year’s Tommy Frederick Memorial Lecture at the Scottish Conjurers’ Association in Glasgow.
John has a knack for creating strong, direct card miracles using simple and devious methods. If you want powerful, practical material, John’s approach to creating will delight you. You can check out some of John’s material in the video clip below.
Of John, and his material, Peter Duffie said “John Carey’s card and close-up magic is a pleasure to watch. It’s also a pleasure to learn. With no extraneous moves or overt flourishes, his tightly constructed routines are to be admired. If you seek solid commercial magic that packs a punch, then you cannot go wrong with Carey.”
This should be a great lecture with something for everyone, from beginner to advanced.
OK, now you know what’s happening, here are the details. John’s lecture for the Scottish Conjurers’ Association will take place at The Scottish Mask and Puppet Centre, 8-10 Balcarres Ave, Glasgow, G12 0QF (click here for a map) on Wednesday 9th November starting at 7.30pm and admission is £10.
Maybe I’ll see you there?
The Cardman 🙂