Updated: 3 days ago
Magic Circle Magician Christopher Howell is advertising lots of online Zoom dates to support the Breathe Magic programme, that is part of Breathe Arts Health Research.
The show is called Extrasensory Deceptions and has multiple dates (10) organised with lots of opportunities to see the show in October and November. The show I attended was on Sunday the 18th of October and lasted about 50 minutes. Tickets are free and you are requested, if you can, to donate at the end of the show.
The Breathe Arts Magic programme is an Intensive Therapy Foundation designed to help young people with hemiplegia and provide them with therapy that transforms them into magicians. Therapists work with the Magic Circle magicians to teach magic tricks that help develop skills like cognitive, hand and arm function and other benefits.
Christopher is an established performer who supports the programme. An Associate of the Inner Magic Circle, he appears regularly at events internationally and on television. He has also performed at The Magic Castle in Hollywood.
When I booked my ticket, I booked on the same day of the show. They request you do not book unless you can definitely attend, so I held off booking until I knew I would be able to join the show that day and review.
Once booked, supporting emails were sent with joining instructions before the show.
On joining, video played and technical support was offered via chat. About 20 audience members logged on from around the world and audience management was good, advising all to mute. It was also suggested that you have a few props at hand. It is a family friendly show. Though, to participate in the interactive elements, you need to be over 15.
Christopher has put together an excellent and enjoyable show especially for this cause. He has a great manner and is very confident talking to the audience and camera. Style wise, lots of mentalism. All aspects of the show are interactive.
Please see details below for the official write up about the event(s) on eventbrite. You can book here.
Tickets are free but as a charity event, donations are requested after the show using JustGiving. Here.
Dates and times for the shows are at the bottom of this page, along with the official show details.
For more about the charity, details here.
Recommended show for a very good cause. Thank you Christopher.
EXTRASENSORY DECEPTIONS: Interactive Zoom magic show by Magic Circle magician Christopher Howell.
Grab the front seat and belt up for an online experience of magical extrasensory connections! Join Magic Circle magician Christopher Howell who will perform his interactive magic show on Zoom to fundraise for Breathe Magic. It's an unexpected journey full of magic and wonder from the comfort of your home. HOW TO WATCH? To participate in this event, you must download Zoom (free download available here.) You will receive your link to attend the show by email one hour before showtime. VIEWERS PER TICKET: Please book one ticket per device/Zoom account and do not share your link. Maximum recommended two people per device / Zoom account. Links to your show will be sent the day of. SUITABLE FOR? The show is 'family safe' however only over-15s may participate. Any child watching should be accompanied by an adult. WHY IS IT FREE? As this is a fundraiser, the show is free to attend however a donation will be welcomed after the show. All proceeds are in support of the Breathe Magic programme run by Breathe Arts Health Research. Here's where you can donate. SPECIAL REQUEST: Please be considerate to others and only book tickets if you are committing to attend 100% . If your plans change, cancel your tickets with Eventbrite asap. PERFORMANCE LENGTH: 50 minutes. Read more about magician Christopher Howell. “Christopher Howell managed to read my mind from 5,000 miles away! He then proceeded to pluck an imaginary card from my hands in Las Vegas and have it manifest in his hands in London. Incredible!” -John Harrison DATES & TIMES: OCTOBER Saturday 10th 19:30 Sunday 11th 19:30 Sunday 18th 19:30 Tuesday 20th 19:30 Wednesday 21st 19:30 Friday 30th 19:30 NOVEMBER Tues 3rd 19:30 Weds 4th 19:30 Saturday 7th 19:30 Saturday 7th 21:00