Record Breaking Magic Lesson

Magicians.co.uk | Magic News, Other News | Monday, November 12, 2012  |  6 Comments »

The Guinness World Record for the largest magic lesson has been smashed by magician Kevin McMahon (pictured). Kevin first burst on to the magic scene in 2005 in the hit reality TV show Faking It where he was trained by our very own Nigel Mead. Originally a quiet and mild mannered scientist, the show put Kevin on the road to becoming the professional magician he is today.

Congratulations to all 1500 audience members as well as performers, volunteers and staff who were all part of this fantastic achievement which was organised by The Royal Blind Charity.

The record breaking event took place on 27th October at Fettes College in Edinburgh. The location already possesses a magical aura as its the exterior of the college on which J K Rowling based the description of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in the Harry Potter series.

If you know any wanabe wizards, check out our teambuilding workshops where we reveal a magical secret or two.

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