Jamie Raven to appear at Autumn Fair

Published on: 24th July 2017

The magician will perform tricks from his new range of sets on the Paul Lamond stand.

The new licensed range consists of four magic sets: Card Magic, Magic of the Mind, Street Magic, and Sleight of Hand. The range launched in stores this spring and has been well received by both retailers and consumers. Each set contains all the components required to perform multiple tricks, along with an online link where Jamie demonstrates how to perform each trick and provides helpful performance hints and tips.

The Britain’s Got Talent magician will be at Autumn Fair on the Paul Lamond stand B40-C41 between 1pm and 3pm on Monday 4th September. Jamie will not only demonstrate tricks from the new sets but will also perform magic from his latest tour to entertain visitors and retailers at the show.

Richard Wells, managing director of Paul Lamond Games, commented: “We can’t wait to have Jamie back on our stand; he wowed crowds at the London Toy Fair earlier this year and I am certain visitors to Autumn Fair will be mesmerised by the magic he performs. Jamie is such a cool, young, and talented magician and youngsters are just captivated by him. The response from both retailers and consumers to the new sets has been absolutely fantastic and in particular, the unique way of learning to perform the magic. The visual teaching of the tricks by Jamie rather than having to follow paper instructions has been an overwhelming hit with both the youngsters and their parents.”


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