Magic Society

  Welcome to the Nottingham University Magic Society.  We are one of the largest entirely student-run magic societies in the country. Our  society run a number of events, from magic classes, to guest lectures, to Magicians Poker.  Each year we run a highly popular trip to the Blackpool Magic convention, where there is more magic taking place than we have time to see!  There are shows in the evenings and lectures during the days as well as the famous dealers room.  Magic dealers from around the world attend to sell their latest products.

The Nottingham University Magic Society provides an open forum for members of varying magical abilities.  We strongly recommend our members abide by the IBM and SAM Ethics Statement.  We accept anyone from complete beginners all the way through to competent professional performers.  Any local magicians are welcome to come along to our meetings, drop us an email in advance to let us know you're coming and we'll make sure you get to the right place! The Nottingham University Magic Society currently meet every Thursday at 19:00 in A44 of the Clive Granger Building of the University Park Campus.  At 21:00 our members tend to migrate to Mooch, where we'll sit for hours discussing magic and performing for those who wish to watch!

Alongside our weekly meetings, the society is known amongst other societies from the university and further afield to act as an agency for magicians.  We can provide performers for events from formal corporate dinners, to trade fairs, to weddings! For more information take a look at the Hire Us page.

 

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Events


Magic Society Blackpool Magic Convention
15th February 8am - 17th February noon
Blackpool
Annual trip to the Blackpool Magic Convention

Committee


Librarian
Henry Joseph Lyons
President
Robert Soane
Secretary
Lawrence Belle
Social and Publicity Officer
Krishnan Ganesh
Treasurer
Chee Wai Choong
Vice President
Alec Bishop
Womans Officer
Amber Lily Angelique Carlton
 

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