Adults Only Magic Show

“Who’s here to see some dicks?!”

Adults Only Magic Show

You can imagine exactly the kind of audience this show brought in at 9pm on a Saturday. When asked who wanted to see some well executed magic by our ringmaster Magnus Danger Magnus, the cheers were lacklustre. But when asked who was ready to see for some dicks, the crowd went wild. 

After getting the crowd sufficiently worked up, Magnus made way for Justin and Sam, our two magical entertainers for the evening. What came next was 70 minutes of hijinx, innuendo, audience work, and a range of well executed magic tricks. 

Having worked together for 10 years now, Sam and Justin are totally in sync with one another, giving the illusion of chaos while staying totally in control – and keeping a rowdy Saturday audience under control too! The tricks themselves are nothing you haven’t seen before – phone Russian roulette, escaping from padlocks, audience suggestions appearing in a locked box and so forth – but the presentation of those tricks are what make this show shine. These two really do ooze charm. 

Of course, being an adult show means nudity, so those of you after some dicks won’t be left wanting. It’s not gratuitous, but it’s certainly not adding anything beyond the entertainment factor – the group of women next to me certainly seemed entertained. 

Sam, Justin and Magnus are natural performers, and it’s so evident they really love what they’re doing. Their energy is infectious, dressing up routine tricks into something thoroughly enjoyable – while simultaneously undressing themselves! 


Tom Inniss

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Tom is the Editor of Voice. He is a politics graduate and holds a masters in journalism, with particular interest in youth political engagement and technology. He is also a mentor to our Voice Contributors, and champions our festivals programme, including the reporter team at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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