When I was young I was so amazed to see magicians perform on the stage, I never missed a magic show that came to town. I thought magicians were very special, they could turn flowers in to birds, vanish objects into thin air, make objects appear out of hats, wow! I wanted to do the same! As a 10 year old, I dreamt that one day I too would learn magic tricks.

As I got older, I started asking questions like: why magicians wear dark clothes? Why do they perform in dim light? Why do they wear big coats and tall hats? How I can also learn to do fun magic tricks?

I started to closely observe magicians as they performed and it wasn’t long before I figured out that it wasn’t too hard to learn a few Remote Magic Show hire that would impress my family and friends. What I also realised however is that it is a skill that takes a lot of


  • Practice – as with any art, talent alone is not enough. with practice anyone can get good
  • patience-its always tricky to learn new things and so it might take a few attempts before you get it right
  • Concentration- to be convincing you need to be able to focus and pay attention to detail.
  • commitment- you’ve got to decide not to quit, keep practicing and have fun


The ability to perform fun magic tricks is a very useful skill. You can use it as a tool to engage with people, make new friends, keep young children and elderly people entertained, add some excitement to boring parties, brag to family and friends and even earn money.

My favorite is the coin trick, which involves showing the hand completely empty up in the air and then suddenly producing a coin. It is a simple principle but very effective when performed correctly. This is how it’s done:


  1. Use index and the small finger to clip a coin behind the middle and ring fingers
  2. Then raise the hand on the air facing the palm towards the crowd
  3. Bend fingers and grab the coin using the index and thumb fingers
  4. And show it to the crowd


With this coin trick you can move fingers in a natural way but you must adjust the speed accordingly. This way the spectators will not see where the coin came from. Also make sure you don’t show them the coin by keeping your hand their eye level. Practicing in front of a mirror will help you see how your performance will appear to your audience.


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