Performance Of A Life Time

On Friday 17th January we witnessed an amazing performance for the first ever Amazing Magic Club performance in Australia. The audience oooed and aaahed as all our magnificent magicians shared the tricks that they had learnt during the 10 days of the Amazing Magic Club.

At the end of the beautiful performance the magnificent seven […]

Thank You So Much

A huge thank you to our wonderful supporters! Without your help we could not have gone on this journey. It’s a special kind of magic that you give us by supporting this work and by supporting these seven amazing young magicians!

Well done,

Monkey Baa Theatre, Northcott, Cerebral Palsy Alliance, the Faculty of Health Sciences at […]

A Life Changing Experience

It has been an incredible two weeks and as we come to the end of the inaugural Amazing Magic Club we reflect on the impact that the program has had on all participants. Here is some feedback from parents.

Henry loved learning all the tricks and …  is sad not to be able to go […]

Making The Impossible Possible

The Amazing Magic Club is making the impossible possible. We are half way through the inaugural Amazing Magic Club and already it has exceeded expectations. As this report from 7.30pm show highlights our young people are growing in confidence and self esteem daily.

The Amazing Magic Club is a ‘special place’ says Richard, 10, one […]

And We’re Off…!

After months of preparations we have welcomed seven incredible young children to Monkey Baa Theatre to take part in the inaugural The Amazing Magic club!

Following a captivating introductory performance by our magicians Bruce Glen and Sam Angelico our young magicians undertook a very important pledge. They promised to:

‘never ever, ever, ever, ever, to tell […]

Real Magic Happens

Bruce Glen, Member of The Magic Circle is our resident Arts Health Institute magician. He reflects on the experience of working on a program to improve the hand function of children with spastic hemiplegia.

I have been a magician for over fifty years. This year, when I began learning about the concept on which the […]

Ashleigh Hines’ experience from UK Magic Clubs

In August 2013 magicians Bruce Glen and Sam Angelico with occupational therapist Ashleigh Hines and CEO Maggie Haertsch undertook training with Breathe Arts Health Research in the UK. The team learned the techniques of their Breathe Magic program so that the program can now be available in Australia for young people with hemiplegia. Ashleigh […]