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Club 71: 1988

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Issue 33
  • Editorial by Walt Lees
  • Letters: Your chance to have your say
  • Let's Take A Closer Look: Space Cups by Magical Matt
  • Variations on a Theme by Malcolme Yaffe
  • Micro (Computer) Magic: The Data Base
  • Kiddies Column: Sucker Blendo by Walt Lees
  • Funny Fings that continue to happen to Len Belmont
  • Optical Delusions by Sebastian Cody
  • Magic at Work: a new series
  • Poet's Corner
  • Bar Magic: Squash Caught
  • Competition: your chance to win big prizes
  • All's Well That End's Well: a pause for thought by Walt Lees
  • Subscription Info: Don't miss a single issue
  • Mental Magic: Barrie Richardson continues his series
  • That's The Way To Do It: Walt's popular series on Punch and Judy continues
  • Magical Diary: Who, what, where and when
  • Simon Says: Magic for Laymen
  • Basic Card Technique: The Curry Turnover Change
  • Unclassified Ads: Buy, sell, exchange
  • Cabaret Time: Ratatouille Flambe by Tony Richards
  • News and Reviews: Roundup of the latest happenings at the studio
  • An Houdini Enigma by Patrick Lindley

Issue 34
  • Editorial by Walt Lees
  • Subscription Info: Don't miss a single issue
  • What Time Is It? Barrie Richardson continues his very popular series of mental magic
  • Short Change: Clever card magic from Trevor Lewis
  • Three Spool Mystery by John B. Wolf
  • The Mirror of Nature: A thought provoking article by Walt
  • Micro (Computer) Magic: The spread sheet
  • Kiddies Column: The Self Assembling Necklace by Malcolm Yaffe
  • Basic Card Technique: The Tilt/Depth Illusion
  • The Magic Domino: A patter story from John Crocker
  • Million Dollar Prediction by Al Koran
  • That's The Way To Do It: Our continuing series on Punch and Judy
  • Competition: your chance to win big prizes
  • Funny Fings: That persist in happening to Len Belmont
  • Unclassified Ads: buy, sell, exchange
  • Popperwand by Brian Eden
  • Bar Stunts: Geoff continues his search for Bar Bets
  • How To Find Us: A useful Map
  • Collector's Corner: Part two of a new series for Magical collectors and historians
  • Magical Diary: Who, what, where and when
  • News and Reviews: roundup of the latest happenings at the studio
  • Simon Says: see what Simon can do with a cucumber
  • Letters: your chance to have your say
  • Nukardata: More brilliant magic with an obscure title by Phil Goldstein

Issue 35
  • Walt Lees Editorial
  • Micro (Computer) Magic from Terri Rogers
  • Bar Magic: More stunts and tricks
  • Mental Magic: another stormer from Barrie Richardson
  • Close-Up Magic by Alan Hood
  • DIY Wrinkles: How to get a professional paint finish
  • Punch and Judy: the saga continues
  • Kiddies Column: The Jim Breedon Vanishing Wand
  • Pentalock: A routine for children by Brian Eden
  • Subscription Info: Keep the issues coming
  • It's What You Do: A thought provoking article by Walt Lees
  • Cabaret Time: Die Penetration revisited by Magini of Ipswich
  • Competition: your chance to win big money prizes
  • Funny Fings which persist in happening to Len Belmont
  • Basic Card Technique: The Top Change
  • Magical Diary: Who, what, where and when
  • Hints and Tips: Geoff gets you out of trouble
  • Simon Says: This month booze is featured
  • Letters: your chance to have your say
  • Al Koran's Legacy: our serialisation continues
  • News and Reviews in and around the studio
  • Collector's Corner: Patrick Lindley conducts this new column

Issue 36
  • Walt Lees editorial
  • Micro (Computer) Magic: House Training a Computer
  • Previews: What to look out for next issue
  • Close Up Card Magic: The Monte Christo Card by James Breedon
  • Funny Fings: That perversely continue to happen to Len Belmont
  • Let's Take A Closer Look: featuring Soap Surprise from our resident nut-case Tony Richards
  • Bar Magic: featuring High Spirits by Geoff
  • Magic at Work: this month Henry Smith on Gospel Magic
  • Now You See It - Now You See It Again: A thought provoking article from Walt Lees
  • Patrick's Page: A welcome return from Pat Page with useful tips with Flash paper
  • Kiddies Column: The Seaside Clown by Maurice Phillips
  • Catalogue Supplement
  • Basic Card Technique: this month we tackle the Weave
  • Competition: your chance to win big prizes
  • DIY Wrinkles
  • Magical Diary: Who, what, where and when
  • Mental Magic: The Totally Isolated Prediction. Another brilliant effect from the creative mind of Barrie Richardson
  • Simon Says: This month an addition to a previous effort and a clever presentation for the floating match
  • Unclassified Ads: buy, sell, exchange
  • Al Koran's Legacy: We continue our serialisation of this famous book
  • News and Reviews in and around the studio
  • Collector's Corner: Patrick Lindley continues this popular series with contributions from Alan Kennaugh, Peter Warlock and a feature on Cardini

Issue 37
  • Walt Lees Editorial
  • Koran's Legacy: We continue the popular serialisation of this important book
  • Magical Diary: Whats happening, when and where
  • Juggling: First in a new series by Bobby Menary
  • Micro Computer Magic
  • Hints and Tips
  • Short Cut To Success: A strange tale by Brian Pitts
  • Simon Says: Young Lovell reviews the recent IBM convention in Brighton
  • Cabaret Time: Geaton Bloom's standing card, described by Mo Howarth
  • To Freeb Or Not To Freeb: Malcolm Yaffe discusses the problem of 'give-aways'
  • News: in and around the studio with Geoff
  • Mental Magic: The Simplex book test by Barrie Richardson
  • Shrunk to this little measure by Walt Lees
  • Even Further Than Further Than That by Cushing Strout
  • Bar Magic: Geoff Maltby continues this study of bar gags and bets
  • Kiddies Column: Silks and Sweets by Jim Breedon
  • Basic Card Technique: The Flash cut half pass by Richard Gamble
  • Unclassified Ads: buy, sell, exchange. A free service for all Club Members
  • Competition: your chance to win loadsa money
  • Giant Snake Wand by Brian Eden
  • Subscriptions. Don't miss out on a single issue
  • Collector's Corner: Patrick Lindley conducts this popular department with contributions from Brian Lead and Robin Sharpe.

Issue 38
  • Walt Lees Editorial
  • Kiddies Column with'Potted' by Malcolm Yaffe.
  • Basic Card Technique: This month tackles the 'Hindu Hammon' described by Brian Eden
  • Juggling: Bob Menary continues this popular series on the Allied Arts
  • Patrick's Page: Magic with silks
  • Bar Magic: with a special guest appearance by Ali Cardabra
  • The Pharaoh's Treasure: A very clever new item from Steve Jones
  • Micro (Computer) Magic: Quick on the draw by Walt Lees
  • Magical Diary: What's happening around the magical world, when and where
  • Where Did She Go? by Al Koran as we continue our serialisation of Hugh Miller's 'Koran's Legacy'
  • Simon Lovell with a very special Christmas Quiz
  • The Old Tradition: from us to you
  • Mental Magic: The Richardson 'Move a Card'
  • Unclassified Ads: buy, sell, swop, exchange
  • Subscription Info: don't miss out on a single issue
  • Funny Fings which persist in happening to Len Belmont
  • Cabaret Time: 'Tree Mendus' by Malcolm Yaffe
  • News and Reviews around the studio with Geoff
  • Next Issue: what to look forward to
  • Last Call: big prizes in our competition
  • Magic at Work: Barrie Richardson on Psychology and business studies
  • Collector's Corner: Patrick conducts this enlarged edition with contributions from James B. Alfredson and Brian Lead

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