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London Magic Tours

Magician’s Wayne Trice and James Pritchard who are members of the prestigious “ Magic Circle” in London have just launched a brand new London Magic Tour website and Facebook page. Wayne and James can take you on a private walking tour of the hidden, and oft forgotten, magical history around London. Unlock the secrets hidden in London’s West End as they take you on a journey through 150 years of magical history, with some magic thrown in. If you'd like to book or find out more, go to: www.londonmagictour.co.uk The Facebook page to follow is here . When contacting to book, type MSEATS in any emails or within the online booking form for a special 20% off discount. Not suitable for younger children. WAYNE TRICE Wayne Trice brings over three decades of magical expertise to the table, a journey that began at one of the stops you’ll find out about on the London Magic tour and is also where he first met his eventual colleague, James. Together, they now run one of London’s most popular Magical Tours. Wayne’s mastery of close-up magic has graced venues of all sizes, from grand corporate affairs to small  birthday celebrations (5 people in their back garden!). Beyond his enchanting performances, Wayne boasts a rich theatrical background,  even having been Theatre Manager for The Magic Circle’s own theatre in London. Nowadays, he shines as both a magical host and compère at events nationwide. Notably, he takes immense pride in his role as the resident compère for West End Magic, a prestigious family magic show that’s a staple at the Leicester Square Theatre and is currently on tour throughout the UK. For Wayne, it’s the perfect fusion of his dual passions: theatre and magic. JAMES PRITCHARD  Finalist in The Magic Circle’s close-up magician of the year competition and has entertained royalty, celebrities and top companies. He performed magic on BBC 2‘s hit series The Restaurant, hosted by celebrity chef Raymond Blanc. Other media credits include regular performances on Nickelodeon Television and appearing in online campaigns for leading brands, such as Nivea. The Financial Times suggested that James conjure up $618 million to help a major bank (he declined).

London Magic Tours
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