Glasgow Magic Circle

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Founded in 1997 and originally called The Glasgow School of Magic, we were born in the back room of the “Annakadabra” Magic shop in the High Street Glasgow. Magic has been around for thousands of years but with the recent advent of books and films such as Harry Potter and Lord of The Rings its popularity is spreading rapidly. We believe that, in the West of Scotland at least, we are helping to spearhead the way forward for future generations of aspiring magicians.

Kilmarnock Magic Circle Interclub Night – Thursday 25th October

Kilmarnock Magic Circle invite us to their: Kilmarnock Magic Circle Interclub Night., Thursday 25th October, Barr Castle Social Club, Heneretta street, Galston from 7pm to 10.00pm.    Could you please get back to us with numbers as food will be provided.   Those of you who who will be performing I ask you to think HALLOWEEN

By | October 4th, 2012|0 Comments

Glasgow Magic Circle presents – A Lecture by Ali Cadabra

Please see details of Glasgow Magic Circles lecture on; 24th January 2012, 7:30pm sharp, Rutherglen United Reform Church, 69 Johnstone Drive, Rutherglen, G73 2QA Click here for a map... Paul Buonocore aka Ali Cadabra brings his brand new lecture, an evening with the count, this should be a great night, Ali Cardabra was about seven years

By | January 20th, 2012|Tags: , |0 Comments

Glasgow Magic Circle present – An Inter Club Night on 8th March

Glasgow Magic Circle is holding their Inter Club night on 8th March. GMC would like to invite your club to come along and join in. We are hoping for at least one member to do something in Mentalist Magic, Children’s Magic and close Up Magic. It will be great to bring other clubs together and have

By | January 26th, 2011|0 Comments

SAM’s Meeting

The next SAM's meeting will take place on 7th November, at the Mariner Liesure Centre, Glasgow Road, Camelon, FK1 4HJ at 10.30am.

By | October 20th, 2010|Tags: |0 Comments

Glasgow Magic Circle Present a Lecture By Gary Dunn

  What can you do with a fiver these days? Get a gallon of petrol. Buy a McDonald's meal. Get a very cheap bottle of wine.  Alternatively five pounds is all it would take for non Glasgow Magic Circle members to gain access to Gary Dunn's Lecture on November 23rd at the United reformed Church,

By | October 19th, 2010|Tags: |0 Comments

SAMS Convention 2010

All of us from Forth Valley Magic Circle had a great time at SAMS 2010 and would like to thank everyone who helped organise the event. Special thanks of course go to George and Janet. Also a big thank you to those who represented the club in the competitions, Peter Kinney and Archie Smith. Congratulations

Scottish Association of Magical Societies Convention 2010

This years convention will be held in the Tontine Hotel, Greenock on Friday 30th of April till the Sunday 2nd of May. Dealers will be Adrian Sullivan, David Forrest Full 52 Productions and Jimmy Craig. Confirmed lectures are David Forrest and John Archer. Gala show Brian Jeffrey's Fly by Nite, David Lees, Clive Moore, John

By | April 19th, 2010|0 Comments

Glasgow Magic Circle Present Mark Leveridge

Glasgow Magic Circle are hosting a lecture by Mark Leveridge on the 11th May at 7.30pm in the Rutherglen URC Church, 69 Johnstone Drive, Rutherglen. Visiting magicians are welcome. Admission costs £5 to non GMC members.

By | March 31st, 2010|Tags: |0 Comments

Tony Griffith Lecture at Glasgow Magic Circle

Glasgow Magic Circle are proud to present a lecture by Tony Griffith. This is a lecture on commercial, practical magic that uses material Tony has created and performed over many years. Emphasis is upon entertainment, subtlety and routining. The lecture will take place on Tuesday 24th November 2009 at 7.30 in the Rutherglen United Reform

By | November 17th, 2009|Tags: |0 Comments

Ricky MacLeod Lecture

Glasgow Magic Circle are hosting a lecture by Ricky MacLeod (President of SAMS) on Tuesday the 28th April at 7:30pm in our usual meeting place in the Rutherglen United Reformed Church, 69 Johnstone Drive, Rutherglen, G73 2QA. Entry to non-members is £5

By | March 30th, 2009|Tags: |0 Comments
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