Potentially the best thing to happen on the internet today.
It seems so neat when it’s laid out like that.
Neil Kelso is going to be the host of the Edinburgh International Magic Festival gala show on Friday.
This is the biggest and best show of it’s kind in the world, and stars the worlds greatest magic acts.
The line-up for this year is exceptional and Neil is delighted to be adding his own flavour to the evening as compere and emcee.
There are only a few tickets remaining. head to The Magic Fest Website for more information.
Finally, new experimental projects by Anna Garforth! Garforth has now plunged herself into exploring completely different materials to make typefaces, such as cooking biscuits, composing dried flowers, and sticking tape on a fence. Impressive work!
This is my kind of baking.
Remember how excited I was about going to Poland? Well I wasn’t disappointed. It was AMAZING!
I was going for two reasons:
- to perform on stage at the Science Picnic (which over 150,000 attend - it’s bigger than Glastonbury! I was on huuuge TV screens and on the radio and telly and everything! Really exciting!)
- and to collaborate with the Scientists at the Copernicus Science Centre (one of the worlds best and most popular science museums… it’s so popular it runs at 100% capacity all year round and it’s really hard to even get tickets!). I worked with them on subjects including Attention Control, Audience Management, Influencing Memory, Creating Wonder and sharing with them how I think our brains work. They were amazing to work with and I think we all learned loads from the experience.
This video is a short TV spot I appeared in during the run up to the Science Picnic. “Kawa czy herbata?” (which means “coffee or tea?”) is a really popular morning national Polish TV programme. As you see I did a little magic and talked about how much I love magic and why I believe it’s so important. I hope you enjoy :)