Barker Lecture -
Saturday 30th April
Sponsored by IBM Ring 160 & Magic New Zealand
Date: Saturday 30th April
Time: 7.30pm sharp
Venue: St Georges
Church at 19 Ranfurly Road in Epsom (off Market Road)
Adult Lecture fee: $25
Juniors (School age) and financial IBM 160 members:
Wives or Partners: $5
help with the catering and seating you must pre-register
to be able to attend this special event.
Contact our Secretary James Fuller
to pre-register your seats NOW as seating will be limited.
Phone: 09 950 6251
is Wes Barker?
Wes Barker: Stunt Magician is a Vancouver based entertainer,
but tours all over the world. He has performed on stages
from Las Vegas, to New York, to Australia.
His show features magic, comedy, and stunts. It's like watching
a comic tell real-life stories, but stopping every so often
to do amazing magic. Basically it's awesomeness from start
In the past year alone Wes has appeared on several TV
shows such as America's Got Talent, Wizard Wars, MTV, and
Penn & Teller: Fool Us (Which he won). Wes also has
over 28 MILLION views on YouTube
but nothing is better
than seeing him live.
What does a Stunt Magician do?
"I do EVERYTHING. My goal is to keep everyone laughing.
Sometimes it's with impressive physical feats or amazing
sleight of hand, but normally it's just random acts of showing
off! One thing I know for sure-I guarantee that everyone
has a fantastic time."
will open his lecture with how he fooled Penn & Teller
- Wes lecture will cover.....
- How to be your own brand
- Getting on TV
- Making viral videos
- How and why to film your shows
- Creating magic that is unique to you
- Leaving your day job
- Learning to make cold calls
- Producing your own theatre show
- Working with other performers
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