A Maelstrom of Pink Foam Insulation

    January 15, 2017 Written by Attwood Magic

    Well this week saw our first episode of The Dave Attwood Show as Steve and I head back into the studio after a long winter’s rest. We started the show talking about the demise of Christmas, how to properly explain to your brother that his cat has died and my battle with an attic dwelling squirrel that ended in a maelstrom of pink foam insulation. I then really wanted to express something that happened to me over the holidays when I met a co-worker that is “always great”. Maybe we should all take a page from those that walk around with an attitude of gratitude.

    Paul Romhany

    December 5, 2016 Written by Attwood Magic

    Paul Rohmany 300x300This week our guest is editor and creator of Vanish Magazine, Paul Romhany. Paul talks about his latest issue of the magazine and his interview with Uri Geller. To hear the interview make sure you look for us on iTunes or simply head over to our podcasts page. You can pick up Vanish magazine at https://www.joomag.com/magazine/vanish-magic-magazine-uri-geller-vanish-29/0027505001480644602

    Matt Johnson

    November 26, 2016 Written by Attwood Magic

    matt johnsonThis week’s show, we are joined by the hilarious Matt Johnson to talk about his love for Tommy Cooper, some close calls with his death defying water tank escape and the evolution of his performance style leading him to a six year Journey to develop an amazing version of Any Card At Any Number.

    Diamond Jim Tyler

    September 16, 2016 Written by Attwood Magic

    This week, I was fortunate enough to spend a couple of days with Diamond Jim Tyler. Diamond Jim decided to take a break from his lecture tour and stop by my gorgeous city for a couple of days to hang out, take in the sites and blow the lids of unsuspecting Victorians.

    Derek Johnston, a fellow Victorian magician, joined Diamond Jim and me for dinner at the world famous Japanese Village restaurant. After putting on a spontaneous show for the fellow patrons, someone came racing up to Diamond Jim to say how they recognized him from Scam School. Diamond Jim, ever so humble, was taken aback by the Hibachi Chef’s excitement.

    The Clairvoyants

    September 13, 2016 Written by Attwood Magic

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