Wednesday, April 27 2016 at 8:00PM
Download iCalendar file
(e.g. import to Outlook or Google Calendar)
What's the talk about?
Paul Zenon has long been one of the UK’s most recognisable magicians, with countless TV shows under his belt and numerous sell-out runs at festivals and appearances at corporate events in around forty countries. He was the UK pioneer of ‘street magic’, is the author of three best-selling books about magic, cons and scams, and practical jokes, and has long been an outspoken critic of proponents of the ‘Paranormal’..
In this talk he takes an irreverent look at contemporary stage psychics and mediums and their historical counterparts and methods. In keeping with the subject matter, this event is described as being ‘for entertainment purposes only’, taking advantage of the legal loophole which allows psychic practitioners to ply the trade which Harry Houdini described as ‘the filthiest profession in the world’.