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The Magician's Hat - TAPAC July Holiday Programme (for kids of all ages)

15 Jul 2019 to 17 Jul 2019
9am-3pm, 15-17 July
Learn new magic tricks that will stun your friends and family!
Event type: 
Workshop/Seminar
Price: 
$180 for 3 days
Venue: 
The Auckland Performing Arts Centre, TAPAC
Address: 
100 Motions Road, Western Springs, Auckland
Region: 
Auckland

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Your confidence will grow as you master the tricks used by professional magicians – let the hocus pocus begin!

From clever card tricks to making rope knots disappear and coins mysteriously vanish, you’ll discover how to perform magic using coins, cards, paper, rubber bands and other everyday objects so you can practise easily at home in between classes. 

You’ll meet new friends and will work on a showcase of your newfound skills which you’ll stage for your parents at the end of the course.

No prior experience is needed, just a willingness to have some fun and enter the wonderful world of magic.

Tutor Justin Rogers is an award-winning magician (Junior Stage Competition, International Magicians Convention 2012) who began learning magic at the age of eight. He has many years’ experience teaching and performing magic professionally for various functions and events throughout New Zealand.  Justin is also an accomplished actor who graduated from Toi Whakaari: New Zealand Drama School in 2015. Highlights of his acting career include performing in Matariki (The Court Theatre), Shortland Street: The Musical (Auckland Theatre Company) and most recently the international tour of Mrs Krishnan’s Party (Indian Ink Theatre Company). He taught magic and improvisation at Wellington's Rata Studio and is excited to share his knowledge in TAPAC’s new magic programmes.

Ham or vegetarian lunchboxes ($10 per day) can be ordered when you pay for the course or pre-ordered each morning.

 

Written by

The Auckland Performing Arts Centre

27 May 2019

TAPAC is a vibrant performing arts hub offering high-quality creative arts education and facilities to Auckland’s diverse creative communities.