Thursday, 12 February 2009
About The Blackpool Magic Convention Blog 2009
Hello and welcome to the Blackpool Magic Convention 2009 Blog! This Blog will officially start on Thursday 19th of February, and will contain reviews, news, photos and even VIDEOS.... yes i said videos, of this year's programme. Please leave comments and questions about the convention here (please not as anonymous) and we'll try and get back to you as soon as possible! Enjoy the Convention, and enjoy the Blog!
Posted by Matt Parro at 18:56
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Have a fab Convention see you all there, Keep the blog going it looks magic, see you in Blackpool .ReplyDelete
Looking forward to reading the blog and hearing about all the lectures I missed because I was too busy chatting with friends. Hope to see you there.ReplyDelete
Looking forward to my first visit to the convention this SaturdayReplyDelete
Look at my surname I have never heard of anyone else with the same surname as me!
Good Luck Guys, it's going to be a great weekend.. apparently no snow in Blackpool, and everyones coming!!! (including David Blaine!! ;) ) hope to bump into you and we can do a 'us photographing you photographing us' shot ;)ReplyDelete
Ah Blackpool anticipation. Looking forward to following the blog. This year I'll be mostly tweeting. See www.thedevilspicturebook.com/twitterReplyDelete
Not long to go now, Thank you for all the comments so far, keep it up :)
The line up looks awesome!
See you there!
Good Luck, see you there, dont forget the obligatory curry.. Steak tonite if you fancy it..
Personally, I enjoyed Rob's performance a lot more than the others - but never thought he stood much chance of winning. As it says in the programme, the performers are judged on showmanship, orginality/skill, magical content, and entertainment value. And the judges are middle-old aged blokes. So their definition of showmanship is probably more like the flourishy French coin guy. Rob's act wasn't full of highly technically difficult stuff (not in the room I watched anyway) - so he probably didn't score well on the skill front. And I can imagine the judges found the shouty Italian "entertaining" rather than Rob's sharp wit. And (ironically given Rob's opener) their view of magical content probably veers towards the unmotivated production of giant objects.ReplyDelete
As I said, I liked the act a lot - but can understand why it didn't win given the way the judging is done.
Hey Guys, Your blog is Magic you have covered the blackpool Magic Convention with class ,a fab convention and a class Blog , Well done to the Blog team .ReplyDelete
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