Magicians of different types performing magic shows in schools
Call us on School Magic Shows on 07734 101 987 or email Andy at
Our cheerful magicians will dazzle and delight school children with their visiting magic show, performing shows in schools as a treat, as a reward, for any occasion, or to get an educational message across in an entertaining way.

Our wonderful magician entertainers are ideal for book weeks, school assemblies, as a reward in a school incentive programme, at summer fetes and family fun days, special occasions, after-school clubs, holiday clubs, magic shows in libraries, as a fantastic way to make money for your school or PTA (see box below) or just as a good fun treat for everyone.

Our marvellous magic shows are packed to the brim with conjuring, comedy and action, and there's tons of audience participation too getting helpers up at every opportunity. We have magic shows aimed at different age groups (early years, KS1 and KS2) and we also have magic shows aimed at all age groups all together - where we perform magic clever and exciting enough for the older children to be suitably impressed whilst mixing it with suitably silly stuff and slapstick to keep the littler ones laughing all the way through.

We cover London, Surrey, Sussex and Kent, and also much of Berkshire, Hampshire, Essex and Hertfordshire too.

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Our magic shows are usually either 1 hour or 45 minutes, though we can perform a shorter 30 minute version if this is preferable, and we can also perform several shows over the course of a day for different audiences or different year groups.

We have been performing magic shows in schools since 2009, and we love it.
All our school magicians are DBS checked and have public liability insurance.

Where our magician arrives direct from the Master School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, costumed as a wizard in flowing robes, armed with super secrets of sorcery, and they conduct the show as if it were a school lesson in magic. Tons of fun!
I just wanted to send a huge thank you for coming to perform for us, you were absolutely brilliant and everything you did was just at the perfect level for the children! You have really inspired them! They are buzzing about their new topic! Thank you, Mrs Mellor  (Seymour Primary School, Crawley)

I just wanted to say a huge and very enthusiastic thank you for the fantastic show. It is an amazing feat to entertain that many children but to do it twice and keep such energy throughout was nothing short of phenomenal. Stephanie Tame (Wickham Common Primary School)

I wanted to email you to thank you so very much for two wonderful magic shows today. The children absolutely loved them and have talked non-stop about the tricks, particularly about sawing myself and Miss Thorpe in half! I wish you lots of success with your business and thank you again. Best wishes, Marion Drake  (Mottingham Primary)

This is a very long overdue but nonetheless very grateful thanks for your visit to school last term. The children (and staff!) all enjoyed your fun and energetic performances. Even the younger children were clearly enthralled by the magic show and your enthusiastic and cheerful dialogue had them completely engaged with what was going on. With best regards, Sally  (Rose Hill School, Tunbridge Wells)

I just wanted to say a big thank you from all the team at Shooters Hill Children's Centre. You helped to turn our fun day into an amazing day and for that I am very thankful. You worked very hard and kept both children and adults (including myself) very entertained. Thank you so much and I look forward to working with you again. Carly.

Just to say thank you so much for your magic shows today! All the children and staff really enjoyed the afternoon and it was a great success. Hope to see you next year. Alexandra Dodd  (Devonshire Hill Primary School)

Thank you for a splendid show which the Rainbows loved! Your energy was boundless. Best wishes, Alison, Cudham Shaws Girlguiding

Your Magic Show went down a storm yesterday and the staff asked me to give you a BIG thanks!! Lou  (Wadhurst Primary School)

Andy was absolutely amazing. The children loved every minute. So thank you very much. Clare  (Orchard Way Primary School)

Thank you for a most exciting visit. We wish you all the best for 2016. Anita - headteacher  (Oliver Goldsmith Primary School)
A magician produces money out of thin air and throws them into a metal bucket
We also perform after-school shows as fun fund-raisers for your school, PTA or any other cause. For example, if you have 2 x one hour shows, seating 80 guests in each show and you are charging £4 a ticket you would make (after my fee) £415 for your school. If you have two shows, seating 100 guests in each show and are charging £5 a ticket you would be making £775 for your school! Or, if you are not sure how many tickets you would sell, we can easily arrange a 50:50 ticket fee split.
Our school magician entertainers have dozens of different magic routines for all age groups, and we get helpers up at every opportunity. Collectively our fantastic routines include (amongst others):

For all ages -

The Marvellous Magical Milk Jug - a whole jug of milk disappears - twice - with loads of audience participation.
The Whoops Machine - magic using shoes borrowed from the audience and a shoe box that is not quite as it seems.
The Comeback Spider - a giant card trick where the children turn all the magician's pretty cards into pictures of spiders.
The Kids' Revenge - where the children choose which of the cups the magician will pour over his head - will the magician get wet or not? Now with a new twist in the tale as well.
The Dog Did It - the magician makes a most mighty mess and clears it all up with a snap of his fingers.
The Bottle of Ketchup Trick - which shrinks to the size of a teeny tiny bottle of ketchup and then vanishes.
The Brain Machine - who is really more clever - the children or the magician? (clue: it's not the magician!)
The Sorceror's Dream - making coins, balls and even carrots appear endlessly from nowhere.
Shoe Juice - the magician makes a cup of tea appear in an audience member's shoe.
The Magic Balloon Competition - where, despite all the magician's cheating, the audience helper will always win.
Static -
the magician "magnitises" a child helper and metal objects then stick miraculously to them.
Moonstar -
an enchanting giant comedy origami routine.
Stop Thief -
we have a helper to be a robber, and another to be a policeman. Everything the robber steals is magically put back where it belongs by the policeman.

Especially for older children (KS2). Magic routines from the top list, plus those from the list below:

Water Through Body - we magically pour water all the way through the middle of a child volunteer.
The Chip Chopper - an illusion with a machine that chops chips and two audience helpers.
The Incredibly Impossible Comedy Book Test - hilarious mindreading where the magician reveals which word the helper is thinking of.
The Amazing Vanish of a Signed £100 Note - and making it reappear in either an orange, an egg or even in the helper's empty hands.
The Strongest Knot In The World - some very visual magic with ropes, magic dust, and a helper from the audience.
The DFC - a brilliant routine with flowerpots, prizes and one horrible forfeit. Suffice to say the magician gets it wrong yet again and the children win out.
Please Return To The Magician - we do one card trick in our show, and it's amazing!
Kryptonite - by the power of the planets we make a pupil (or teacher!) very very weak and then we make them very very strong.

Especially for younger children. Magic routines from the top list, plus those from the list below:

Who's Who at The Zoo - shouty pointy fun for younger children.
Pizza-ca-dabra - The magician attempts to turn a toy pizza into a real pizza with hilarious results.
The Rabbit Hutch - a large (toy) rabbit appears in an empty examined rabbit hutch - another popular routine with younger children.
The Crazy Cake Bake - we make a cake out of pretend ingredients - great for the younger ones.
Puppet Fun - magic with cheeky puppets.

The routines listed above total about two hours of magic, and from these we carefully choose  magic for your show that we think would suit the age of the children and the criteria of your event. We at School Magic Shows can often theme magic too, so please let us know if yours is a themed day or event.
Email:            Phone:  07734 101 987
Magic shows for schools, pre-schools, nurseries, kids clubs and family events
Areas covered: All London areas, Surrey, Sussex, Kent, East Berkshire and some of Essex and Hampshire too.

As well as covering Greater London, we also perform magic shows for schools in many areas outside London including Slough, Windsor, Bracknell, Weybridge, Woking, Guildford, Farnborough, Epsom, Chessington, Hounslow, Brentford, Kingston, Teddington, Twickenham, Richmond, Croydon, Chelsea, Sutton, Staines, Slough, Maidenhead, Weybridge, Uxbridge, Dartford, Gravesend, Rochester, Chatham, Romford, Maidstone, Orpington, Biggin Hill, Edenbridge, Oxted, Bexley, Bexleyheath, Woking, Wembley, Watford, Sevenoaks, Uckfield, Haywards Heath, Epsom, Bromley, Beckenham, West Wickham, Lewisham, Ilford, Gravesend, Lambeth, Barking, Barnet, Enfield, Tottenham, Edgware, Northolt, Feltham, Sutton, Crowborough, Forest Row, East Grinstead, Crawley, Dorking, Brighton, Hove, Worthing, Eastbourne, Horsham, Tonbridge, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Dorking, Reigate, Caterham ...

... and many more besides!