The Trickery back in Aberdeen

Aberdeen’s Magic, Comedy & Burlesque show comes back with a blast!

Today “The Trickery” came back to the Deen for the first time in 3 months. I am not only one of the show’s magicians but also a big fan of it.
As most of you know apart from being a magician I am also an amateur photographer. Since I was not performing magic I decided to take a few snaps of the performers. Guess what. The photographer who was supposed to take photos of the show never turned up so I was the only guy with the camera working to keep the memories in digital format. I love challanges. Hope you will like the outcome of my efforts and hope I am not a better photographer than magician! See photos below and visit my facebook page and The Trickery’s facebook page for more πŸ™‚

February Performers

Poppy La Pilule


“Edinburgh-based burlesque performer, pole performer and Marilyn Monroe lookalike”.
This time Poppy presented two acts. The Doll, with a great balloon finale and another one which will remain a secret because of its unusual ending (those of you who came to The Trickery know what I am talking about πŸ˜‰ )

 
 

Colin McLeod


“A mind reader, a Mentalist, a Psychological Illusionist (…) Colin’s amazing skills having been taking him all around the world, performing his unique brand of entertainment for everyone from A-list celebrities to appearing on prime time TV shows”. Awesome as always!

 
 
 
 

Luke Eaton


Luke is a Close-up magician with very unique sense of style. He keeps his magic approachable and cool at the same time without looking “too suspicious” like we magicians do. πŸ˜‰ The highlight of Luke’s performance was definitely a long metal nail hammered up his nose only to keep a selected card in full view all the time.

 
 
 

Peter Wood


“Straight-talking Peter Wood is as confident onstage as many comedians gigging much longer. While he may seem aggressive there is an inherent self-mockery in his onstage persona, though he does tend to get to the point with an acid-tongued attitude that would put “Mr T” to shame. His style is developing & he varies between straight gags & storytelling”.

 
 

Iain McCarron


The organiser and manager of the Trickery. The first compere of 2013 edition of Trickery. Iain did a great job as a compere. He made people laugh. He made people like him the moment he stepped onto the stage. What is most important (in my opinion), he was natural and as we all know it’s not a common trait nowadays. Keep up the good work mate! πŸ™‚

 
 

The night was LEGEN wait for it… DARY!

Till the next time!
Radek Makar: Conjuror


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