Go Beyond the Basics learning MAGIC in a fun, interactive workshop for kids 6 to 12. Designed especially for kids who have taken the Magic Workshop, this Advanced Magic Workshop builds on the knowledge and skills taught in the first workshop, with new and better magic to perform for friends and family. But it's not just more tricks, John will go further into teaching your child how to present the magic effectively, using acting and public speaking skills. This workshop will also build self confidence, creative problem solving skills, physical coordination, and ease in speaking up in public.
"Great class! Great job with keeping us all engaged:) Looking forward to tomorrow's class!" - Claudia J Each day the students watch a brief magic show, then learn to do more exciting tricks they can show to friends and family. A parent or other adult is encouraged to take the workshop with the child.
Age 6-12. This workshop is 5 hours total, 1 hour a day for five days M-F. See schedule below.
This course is 5 hours in total, 1 hour per day for 5 days, Monday-Friday.
All times are Pacific, so please adjust for your time zone.
Dates / Times
April 9 -
13 at 1:00 p.m. PDT
Ages 1 to
April 17 - 21 at 12:00 a.m.
John's heartwarming magic has been enjoyed across North America
professionally for over 30 years. A native of New York, Tudor's mystic started at age six
with the magic kit he received for Christmas, and his life is the
fullfillment of that childhood dream. John’s magic is born out of passion and theater; and by pulling
rabbits out of hats, he seeks to bring out the magic in everyone.
He performs in theatres, schools, and private events, and brings his
expertise online in this fun, interactive workshop for kids 6 years old
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Is the Advanced Magic Workshop open to everybody?
No, the Advanced Workshop is specifically designed for kids who took the first Magic Workshop.
2. What will we need for the workshop?
You'll need a pack of playing cards, some quarters (or half dollars if
you can find them), marbles, a paper lunch bag, some paper towels, crayons,
pencils, and a pencil or pen and paper to take notes. Bubble kits, a magic wand (if you have one), or long straw,s or pencils.
3. What if we have some magic tricks or a magic kit?
Just let me know the first day that you have some magic tricks or a magic kit. We can work on your tricks together.
4. Will the tricks be more difficult for a child to do?
All of the magic tricks in the workshop have been selected carefully,
and used in dozens of workshops for young people. There's lots of
tricks to choose from, so in the off chance that one trick is too
difficult, we can always do another one.
5. Will you be revealing magic secrets? Isn't it wrong for you to do that?
Yes, we'll be revealing the secrets of the tricks taught in the workshop. We tell them never to reveal the secrets, of course, but this is an educational program for a small select group who want to DO magic. We provide the resource for your young magician to learn from.
6. Will we get to see Lucy the rabbit?
Yes, Lucy the rabbit will always makes an appearance during the week.
7. Can we book John Tudor to do shows online for us?
Yes! Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. To go to John's website, click here.
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