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Stage shows are performed for large audiences, typically within a theatre or auditorium. The show may feature conventional "magic" or the more modern "mentalism". This type of magic is distinguished by large-scale props, the use of assistants and often exotic animals such as elephants and tigers while mentalism would feature mind reading and hypnosis.
Parlor magic is done for larger audiences than close-up magic (which is for a few people or even one person) and for smaller audiences than stage magic. In parlor magic, the performer is usually standing and on the same level as the audience, which may be seated on chairs or even on the floor. It is extremely intimate and great for private parties, group reunions, etc. Almost everyone will be involved and part of the magic at one point or the other.
Close Up / Street Magic
Close Up or Street Magic is performed with the audience close to the magician, sometimes even one-on-one. It usually makes use of everyday items as props, such as cards, coins, and seemingly 'impromptu' effects.
Bar / Night Club Magic
This form of magic is performed for a medium to large audience. It is also known as Cabaret magic or Platform magic or Stand Up magic. The magician avoids the use of props and instead uses elements that are available to him at the bar like coasters, bottle, etc. Even if it is dark as most bars and night clubs are, or if it is noisy due to the music being at its highest decibel of volume our Bar Magic specialists can enthral the crowd with ease.