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How to do Punch and JudySidney de Hempsey
In this very comprehensive ebook by a master Punch performer, you get an education in an art that will pay you well, if you want to use it to make money. Too few magicians have anything to offer but magic, and in some cities, too many are trying for the same jobs. "Punch" is a great addition to any magician's repertoire. Added to his magic show, it is a riotous finale. Sold separately, it is a show in itself.
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One Balloon MenagerieSparky
1st edition 1987, 47 pages.
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Puppetrix SupremeStanton Carlisle
From the introduction by Edwin Hooper:
Stanton Carlisle is well-known for his many articles on mentalism which have appeared in The Magigram Magazine. Stanton is more than a mentalist, being a general all-round magical performer who has played practically every type of engagement - not only with mentalism but with magic, ranging from sophisticated Night Club dates to children's parties. At these parties, puppets have played their part.
We are delighted that Stanton has released some of his very excellent routines and bits of business for those children's entertainers who are thinking of adding a puppet or puppets to their...
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Balloon SchoolStephen Ablett
Instructional download DVD that teaches 33 different modelling balloon creations - most of which are single balloon animals which Stephen gives out to the children at the end of his show. He also discusses his A1 Balloon Poster / A-Frame backdrop and provides the PSD and JPEG file for it for you to make your own (see your digital shelf for the zip file to download). Almost all the models feature both front and over the shoulder shots of the creation process.
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Party BusinessStephen Ablett
If you have ever wanted to be a children's entertainer then this download DVD will teach you everything you will need to know from advertising and marketing strategies to the party games he plays and equipment he uses. Stephen discusses everything about his show and business strategies including all the tactics which have made his one of the business children's entertainers in the UK.
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Everything I know about being a Children's EntertainerStephen Ablett
This ebook is an updated version of the Children's Entertainers Guidebook. It answers hundreds of questions you have been afraid to ask of a children’s entertainer. Stephen, a professional magician for over 20 years, gives tips on advertising, child control, show structure and many other key areas. This ebook is the ultimate guide to structuring your show, trick selection and working in the business. Learn how to put a show together and engage an audience, new tricks and routines for your birthday, school, theme-park and library shows. Learn new advertising techniques, business management...
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Children's Show RoutinesStephen Ablett
Ten routines performed to a real live audience and then fully explained for you to use in your own show. Templates for all the effects are included in a zip file to be printed out (check your digital shelf). Most of the effects in this video can be customised for the client and themed to suit a Christmas, Halloween, or Easter show etc. The tricks together can form a complete show for your audiences.
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Punch and JudySydney de Hempsey
This is the complete dialog for the presentation of PUNCH and JUDY.
The figures used in this dialog and in order of their appearance are as follows: Punch — Dog Toby — Judy — Baby — Beadle or Policeman — Joey the Clown — Crocodile — Ghost — Doctor.
In addition to the above, the following properties are used: Punch's stick — Sausages — Frying Pan — Gallows — Coffin — The Pall.
1st digital edition 2016, 10 pages.
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Fountains and Acorns for little peopleTim Shoesmith
This ebook contains Tim's theories on entertaining children. It includes Tim's take on The Magic Painting, where the child gets to keep it. His version of musical bumps and how to incorporate adult magic in your children's show. It explains in detail how he gains focus at the beginning of the party. A practical version of Who's Who at the Zoo. It also takes you through the games that he plays. One game blending into another to keep focus and attention.
1st edition 2006; 28 pages
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Routines for RascalsTimothy Hyde
Routines for Rascals contains 5 dynamic professional routines from the MagicCoach himself, Timothy Hyde. These routines are no pipe dreams from an armchair theorist. They have all been performed in hundreds if not thousands of performances in his 30 years as a full time mystery performer.
These are all high impact, stage filling audience participation effects suitable for Children's and Family Shows. Most of the routines are also suitable for roving / walkabout engagements and can be performed surrounded at picnic, social days, fairs and other outside events.
Timothy began performing full...
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A King and Queens StoryTimothy Rose
Maybe you thought that the time tested "Find the Queen" was only meant as a gambling swindle. That's no longer the case. Get those cards out of storage, blow off the dust and get ready to spin a story of curiosity and wonder to suit young and old alike. This is a full routine laid out for you word for word with all the moves. Complete with additional notes on handeling, presentation and staging this versatile and easy to do version is a can't miss. Now you can take the smallest show and make it look like a Vegas production your clients will truly appreciate watching.
1st edition 2015, 5...
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Professional PunchTony Green
From the opening remarks:
The following remarks may be well known to the working professional. However, when I started full time and rushed out to buy books on the subject, the only information they contained was one traditional script, one or two small novelty scenes and how to make and work the swazzle. Wonderful books, full of good helpful advice enabling the beginner to present a worthwhile show, but nothing at all on the subject of holding the attention of an audience against other attractions in the immediate vicinity. This is why I decided to put my ideas, which some Punch men think...
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Puppets with PunchTony Green
Novel punch and puppet routines.
This ebook is really part 2 of Professional Punch, the first book of novelty puppet routines. If you enjoyed the routines there you will get more here. As before very little script is included, leaving you to adapt the ideas to your own style. All the included routines have been audience tested.
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What I Learned From Making Way Over 250,000 Fun Balloon CreationsTopper
In this ebook Topper shares everything he learned about the business and entertainment side of twisting over 200,000 fun balloon creations. What you MUST do and what you should NEVER do if you want to make money twisting.
Some of the things you’ll find in the ebook are:
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Children's MagicTrevor Lewis
In complete contrast to Wilfred Tyler's style of old time children's entertainment, Trevor is completely up to date with modern children and knows how to keep them entertained right through his act. He tells all, tricks to use, business with odds and ends that keep children amused and includes dozens of ideas and routines that you'll be able to use to earn big money yourself.
Sid Lorraine summed up: "This tape provides professional advice and information that is the result of a lot of experience. You get it all on one recording from Martin Breese."
Trevor Lewis has won the London Magic Circle Award,...
★★★★★ $14to wish list
Would you like to add more entertainment to your kid show routines? This is a collection of funny, clean and usable ideas that will give your children's show that standout edge.
1st edition 2014, 11 pages.
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Yubble Drig 1Troy Murphie
A host of original 'real world' routines for the children's entertainer with integrated links to instructional videos via YouTube. Have a sneak peak at the free preview.
Whether you perform kid shows in Childcare, Birthday Parties, Shopping Centres, or Festivals there is a mix of new usable material for you in Yubble Drig!
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Tricks For Kid ShowsUlysses Frederick Grant
25 new, good and unusual tricks plus ideas, gags, and advice. Text has been updated. This is a vintage release by U. F. Grant in the early 50s. Admittedly, a few of the tricks are dated; but, on the other hand, there are some excellent ideas suitable for today's audiences. In this release, you will find kid tricks not seen today. Your chance to be different from all the other kid show performers. The 'No Batteries' effect is novel and worth the price of this release alone. This release also contains a supplement of ideas and advice. An interesting read for Grant fans. Here is what you get.
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How To Entertain ChildrenWilfred Tyler
★★★★★ $12to wish list
The LilliputiansWill Ayling
An adventure into glove and rod puppet theatre.
From the introduction:
The need for a puppet show being established, the selection of type both of figures and presentation raised problems. The marionette string puppet, operated mostly from above, has an indirect application and limited movement in spite of considerable flexibility of joints. Rod puppets worked mostly from below, also suffer limitations, their movements restricted and stylised. Certainly both types require more than one hand to effectively operate one figure and are best suited to the traditional proscenium staging. ...
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Dick Daring's New Bag of TricksWill L. Lindhorst
This work was sponsored by the Quaker Oats Company and includes ads for their Puffed Wheat and Puffed Rice products.
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Conjuring for ChildrenWilliam W. Larsen
Bill Larsen reveals the inside secrets for performing magic to children in this newly revised ebook.
Aside from the author's sage and practical advice, garnered from hundreds of shows for youngsters, you get twelve entertaining routines using standard equipment you likely already own. Now you, too, can crack this lucrative field and beat out the local competition. Included are tricks using toys, animals, rings, coins, handkerchiefs, silks, etc. Most of the described effects include full patter.
Best of all, this edition has been newly revised and updated with performance suggestions and...
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Balloons: Basics to BusinessWindy Douton & Thomas Blacke
Balloons: Basics to Business not only teaches the basics of making balloon animals, but includes business advice that will make you a better entertainer with balloons and help increase your revenue from performing.
Authors Windy Douton and Thomas Blacke have almost 100 years combined experience as professional magicians and balloon artists. Windy was one of the first balloons makers in the early 1950's and pioneered many balloon techniques that are used by entertainers all over the world. Windy also was the first person to hold a world record in balloon animal making. Thomas Blacke has over...
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Kids Party MagicWolfgang Riebe
Includes full access to the following videos (available via YouTube and as download from your digital shelf):
Kids Party Magic is a practical book of magic for children's magicians that contains entertaining and many original tricks that you can add to your show right away. Included are themed tricks around Easter and Christmas, as well as insights into the theory of performing for kids.
Are you looking for new comedy items and gags to perform with assistants?...
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