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Club 71: 1987

by Geoff Maltby
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Issue 27
  • Editorial: Walt tells it as it is
  • Unclassified Ads: Buy, sell or swap
  • Blackpool Convention last minute news
  • Magic of the Mind by Len Vine
  • The Egg Bag: Variations on a theme by Gerard Mallon
  • Kiddies Column: The Fantasio Candle routined by Walt Lees
  • Mental Magic by Barrie Richardson
  • Card Sessions by John B. Wolf
  • Psycholour Plus by Norman Wilcox
  • Basic Card Technique: The Ascanio Spread
  • Children's Magic: Pranky Plaque
  • Close UP Card Magic by Stuart Colligan
  • That's The Way To Do It: Our series on Punch and Judy continues
  • Character Analysis by Harold Long
  • Magical Diary: Who, what, where and when?
  • Funny Fings: Len Belmont with further extracts from his magical diaries
  • The Art of Emerson: Part five of this intriguing approach to performance analysis
  • Stunts and Tricks: Win a pint with these betcha's
  • News and Reviews: Geoff Maltby with all that's new and happening in the studio
  • Cabaret Time: Tony Richards with a baffling vanish of a record

Issue 28
  • Walt Lees Editorial
  • Cabaret Time: Another Clever Idea from John B. Wolf
  • Basic Card Technique: The Series continues with a study of Key Card Placement
  • Subscription Information: How to keep up to date
  • Let's Take A Closer Look
  • Funny Fings: Another installment in the hilarious writings of Club Member Len Belmont
  • Mental Magic: Barrie Richardson continues his excellent series
  • Bar Magic: Mick Halford contributes this month's offering
  • News and Reviews: In and around the Studio by Geoff Maltby
  • Can You Keep A Secret? Important views on the subject of exposure
  • That's The Way To Do It: Walt continues his fascinating series on the Art of Punch and Judy
  • 20th Century Card on Silk: Variation on a theme by Robert Hill
  • The Art of Emerson: Part Six of the series
  • Simon Says: More from the pen of Simon Lovell, who this issue appears to suffer a gender change
  • Kiddies Column: Special guest appearance by professional children's entertainer, Ali Cardabra

Issue 29
  • Editorial by Walt Lees
  • Basic Card Technique: The Olram Subtlety and the Flushtration Count
  • Letters: Your chance to have your say
  • Let's Take A Closer Look: 'Shear Magic' by Tony Richards
  • The Art of Emerson: Arthur concludes his fascinating series
  • Kiddies Column: 'Shine a Light' by Keith Downs
  • Shaming the Devil: A thought provoking article by Walt Lees
  • Mental Magic: Barrie Richardson continues his brilliant series of magic of the mind
  • Subscription Info
  • Ali-Cardabra: Zig Zag Silk
  • That's The Way To Do It: Walt continues his series on Punch and Judy
  • Funny Fings that happen to Len Belmont
  • Magical Diary: Who, what, where and when
  • Cabaret Time: The Book of Magic by Scrivante
  • Unclassified Ads: Buy, sell, exchange
  • Bar Magic: More magic and stunts to show at your local watering hole
  • News and Reviews: Round-up of events and latest happenings at the studio
  • How to find us
  • Auntie Simon Says: Simon Lovell at it again
  • Patrick's Page: Pat represents a stylish effect using the Boston Box

Issue 30
  • Editorial by Walt Lees
  • Letters: Your chance to have your say
  • Obitury: 'Dick' Turpin
  • Clip-Board Charlie: A comedy card routine for the cabaret performer.
  • Telekinesis: A clever psychic stunt from Hubert Lambert
  • The Art of Emerson: Arthur concludes his fascinating series
  • Card Sessions: Bart Harding contributes a very ingenious card stack
  • Magical Diary: Who, what, where and when
  • That's The Way To Do It: Walt continues his popular series on Punch and Judy
  • Hints and Tips: All about rope
  • Micro-Computer Wizardry: How to harness the silicon chip to help plan your shows.
  • Funny Fings that continue to happen to Len Belmont
  • How To Track Us Down
  • Woofle Waffle: Further crazy magic from our resident, nut-case Tony Richards
  • Basic Card Technique: This month we tackle the Mexican Turnover
  • Unclassified Ads: Buy, sell, exchange
  • Kiddies Column: Displaying Props - the important point of presentation
  • Subscription Information: Make sure you don't miss a single issue
  • Patrick's Page: A clever move with the Zombie
  • Kill That Cliche: A thought provoking article by Malcolm Yaffe
  • News: Round up of news and latest events at the studio
  • The Psychic Strongman: Barrie is joined by David Richardson to present this month's offering
  • New Competition
  • Auntie Simon Lovell Says: This month a Lovell first
  • Reviews: Geoff Maltby with details of all the newest

Issue 31
  • Editorial by Walt Lees
  • Letters: Your chance to have your say
  • Poets Corner: A new column adds an intellectual air to the magazine
  • Basic Card Technique: This month we tackle the Braue add-on
  • Stunts and Tricks: Geoff's continuing bar section
  • Mental Magic: Barrie Richardson continues his brilliant series
  • Subscription Information: Make sure that you don't miss a single issue
  • Magical Diary: Who, what, where and when
  • Let's Take A Closer Look at rope magic with the late Fred Robinson
  • Funny Fings that persist in happening to Len Belmont
  • Close-Up Card Magic from Sebastian Cody
  • That's The Way To Do It: Our popular series on Punch and Judy continues
  • Auntie Simon Lovell: This month the hoax revealed
  • Sticky Cards: A clever routine from John Wolfe
  • New Competition with prizes worth pound 150
  • Ancient and Modern: A pause for thought
  • Kiddies Column: The Magic Stocking by Scrivante
  • Raise a Laugh: Has Tony Richards finally gone over the top?
  • Unclassified Ads: Buy, sell, exchange
  • Card Sessions: A clever cards across by John Hotowka
  • Micro Computer Magic: Terri Rogers shows applications of the computer for the working magician
  • Variations on a Theme: New series that kicks off this month with Alan Shaxon and Peter Scarlet
  • News: Round-up of news and latest events at the studio
  • Harrogate Post-Mortem by Patrick Lindley

Issue 32
  • Editorial by Walt Lees
  • Let's Take A Closer Look with Tony Richards
  • Cabaret Time: Transpo Trap by David Kamm
  • Funny Fings that persist in happening to Len Belmont
  • Basic Card Technique: The Slip Cut
  • Hints and Tips from Stuart Colligon
  • Kiddies Column: 'Pussy Cat' by The Amazing Trebla
  • Mental Magic: Barrie Richardson continues his brilliant series
  • That's The Way To Do It: Our popular series on Punch and Judy continues
  • Trick or Treat: a pause for thought
  • The Old Tradition
  • Not A Lot: A neat idea from Sebastian Cody
  • Unclassified Ads: Buy, sell, exchange
  • Reviews
  • Competition: Your chance to win big prizes
  • Magical Diary: Who, What Where and when
  • All Stuck Up: An addition to Terry Seabrooke's Wallet routine
  • Micro(Computer)Magic: This month the Word Processor
  • Subscription Info: Don't miss a single issue
  • Bar Magic: The Great Race
  • How To Find Us
  • News Around The Studio: Round up of the latest happenings at the studio
  • Simon Says: Young Lovell socks it to you
  • Poets Corner
  • Letters Page: Your chance to have your say

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