Showing posts with label Matt Johnson. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Matt Johnson. Show all posts

13 February 2020

Shawn Farquhar and Matt Johnson at FISM NACM 2020

A quick reminder that the deadline to register to compete is rapidly approaching!


Shawn Farquhar and Matt Johnson will be there.  Check out the bottom of the post to see more names!


Watch a message from Joan Caesar about the competition:



From the FISM NACM 2020 Facebook page:
We are so proud to announce that Shawn Farquhar will be with us from May 6 to 10, 2020! Nous sommes très fiers d'annoncer que le magicien Shawn Farquhar sera des nôtres du 6 au 10 mai prochain!















09 January 2020

St. John: Matt Johnson

You can also catch Matt at the upcoming FISM/NACM convention in Quebec.  Details at the bottom of the post.



From the Imperial Theatre:
May 6, 2020

Over the past 20 years Matt Johnson has literally traveled the globe performing in exotic locations such as Japan, Dubai, Argentina, Australia and throughout Europe.

Matt began his career in England as a young boy where he started to learn his craft as a traditional magician and illusionist. Since then he has traveled all over the world. On his travels around the world his knowledge in both magic and the mystic arts has grown. He has picked up secrets and techniques along the way from the countries he has visited and the people he has met. It’s this worldly perspective and his life stories that make Matt Johnson’s act truly unique and utterly captivating!

Read more and buy tickets.






17 April 2018

Matt Johnson's BGT audition

From the April 14th article "Who is Britain’s Got Talent’s daring escape artist Matt Johnson?" by Matthew Trask at Radio Times:
Matt’s career began in his hometown of Sheffield, where he cut his teeth as a street magician and illusionist.

In his 20-year-long career leading to the Britain’s Got Talent stage, he traversed the globe performing his unique style of illusion and his daring escapes to audiences around the world.

Matt auditioned with the same audacious trick for BGT in 2017. Unfortunately, the tank he was using broke leaving the stage flooded.
Read more.


From the Britian's Got Talent YouTube channel: