The allure of magic tricks calls to us all. Something about the air of the unknown has fascinated generations of audiences eager to know: “How did they do that?” And while you probably won’t be learning any secrets during your visit, the Magic Circle in Bloomsbury is certainly worth dropping by and seeing what it’s all about.
Here are some commonly asked questions about the Magic Circle, Bloomsbury
Brought together from all walks of life, members of the world-famous Magic Circle in Bloomsbury come together to listen to lectures, learn something new and swap tricks with fellow magicians.
Of course, the Magic Circle is also open to the public for a variety of magic shows, and tours of the different theatres, and you get to lay your eyes on magic items such as Houdini’s straitjacket and the shoes in which Dynamo walked across the Thames.
A magic show, of course! Every Friday, you can get up close and personal with the UK’s top magicians as they baffle and amaze you with a variety of acts. You even might be lucky enough to be part of the act.
The Magic Circle, 12 Stephenson Way, Euston, London, NW1 2HD
We’ve included a Google Maps route to help guide you there.
It’s just a 12-minute walk from the hotel to the Magic Circle.
As you head out the hotel, turn left and then left again. Take an immediate right onto Burton Street and then your first left onto Duke’s Road. Head up towards Duke Road and onto Euston Road, walking left for approximately 10 minutes. As you pass Euston Gardens, take a right onto Melton Street and then a left on Euston Street. Once there, take your second left into the Regnart Buildings where you’ll see the Magic Circle headquarters.