MAGIC SHOWS

Andy Hiccup's fun, fast-paced magic shows are ideal for family days, corporate events, kids clubs, community events, theme parks, festivals, pubs, promotions and any kind of family event. You can either just have one super show or the magic show can be repeated throughout the day if required.

His magic show is aimed at a children or family audience, and there's loads of mayhem and hilarity with Andy's eye-popping routines. It's jam-packed full of visual comedy, impressive magical moments and tons of fun audience participation. His magic shows are usually either 45 or 60 minutes, but can be longer or shorter on request.

If you wish, Andy can accompany his magic show with walkabout close-up magic, games or balloon modelling.
DELIGHTFUL VENUES

Andy performs in lots of different types of venues, large and small, inside and outside. He has performed magic shows at such exciting places at The Barbican, the Churchill Theatre, 10 Downing Street, The Beck Theatre, Ripley's Believe It Or Not Piccadilly, London Zoo, the Eurostar, Covent Garden, the Walt Disney Company offices, Butlins, the Glastonbury Festival, The Apple Cart Festival, Rowfant House, Westminster Libraries, RHS Garden Wisley, The Hurlingham Club, 67 Pall Mall, 10 Downing Street  and many public venues as well as private and company parties.
Surrey and Sussex entertainer Andy Hiccup holds a magic pizza oven and points his finger in the air
SCHOOL MAGIC SHOWS

Andy performs magic shows in schools for end-of-term parties, for educational events, in assemblies, in book weeks, for rewards and incentive programs, or just as a fantastic treat for everyone. His school magic show is savvy and sharp with tons of laughter and audience participation throughout.

He also entertains for after-school clubs, school holiday clubs and has a gentler show for nurseries with colourful fun routines and puppets too. Andy also has a dedicated website that goes alongside - www.schoolmagicshows.co.uk
Surrey and Sussex entertainer Andy Hiccup holds a magic pizza oven and points his finger in the air