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December 30, 2005

Columbia, SC -  The South Carolina Association of Magicians  (S.C.A.M.) announces Magic Weekend , January 13-15, 2006.  Events include:

International Magic Gala Show, Koger Center for the Arts, Saturday,  January 14, 8 PM. Tickets are $15.00 for adults and $10.00 for children (to benefit Palmetto Health Children?s Hospital). Starring world renown magicienne "Jade", illusionist Jason Michaels, British magicians Tony Griffith, and Gazzo; jugglers The Fettucini Brothers, sleight of hand magic in the lobby, and more to be announced.

John Tudor's Magic Theater , SC State Museum,  Friday, January 13 thru Sunday Jan 15. Tickets are $5.00 adults, $3.00 children. Based on the SC ETV special, the show/documentary features six of the finest magicians from S.C.

Magic Days at Edventure Children's Museum, Close Up and Storytelling Magic, Saturday, January 14. Featuring local favorite Sarah Straney, and the finest young magicians in our area.   Sunday, January 15, 1-5 PM, magic shows by nationally known kidshow artist Julian Franklin and others, and magic and balloon sculpting workshops (ages 6 and up). Tickets $6.95 children, $8.95 adults, Workshops $10.00.

S. C. Association of Magicians Convention, Columbia Marriott Hotel, January 12-14. Registration $75.00. (11th Annual ) Two hundred amateur and professional magicians come together in a fun (but secret) gathering. 

For tickets, show times, and other information, check our web site at, or call 803-561-9849.


The Magic Of John Tudor
1315 B Avenue
West Columbia, SC 29169
cell 803-351-6070
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