Win a pair of tickets to the MagicFair at Summerhall
MagicFair returns to Summerhall, between 30th June and 2nd July, and features over 80 live magic shows, the greatest illusionists from around the world, and plenty of wizarding fun to keep all ages entertained.
MagicFair is part of the Edinburgh International Magic Festival’s week-long programme of enchanting events and spectacular shows. Organisers call it a three-day Magic Theme Park, and one ticket into MagicFair gives you entry to live magic shows, drop-in events, workshops and spontaneous fun in the courtyard.
Morning sessions are designed for all the family with a mini magic school, wand crafting corner, Brilliant Beasts, Monkey Magic and 20-minute magic shows from Morgan & West and Tricky Ricky.
Teens and adults will enjoy afternoon sessions featuring international illusionists, sleight-of-hand masters and world-class magicians, or learn magic tricks from the pros in hands-on workshops, get lost in a jungle of colour in the Ribbon Maze and take part in a Magic Quest around Summerhall.
Late night thrill-seekers can party into the wee witching hours at MagicFair Lates. Expect horror magicians, mind-breaking mentalism, daredevil stunts and adult comedy, plus pop-up bars, street food and entertainment. Whichever session you choose, you’re promised a thrilling ride on the MagicFair rollercoaster!
To celebrate the return of MagicFair, we are giving away a pair of tickets for an afternoon or Lates session on 30th June, 1st July or 2nd July. To win, answer this question:
Which of these are typically used to cast spells?
a) Magic pipe
b) Magic wand
c) Magic baton
Email your answer to email@example.com by 5pm on 22nd June. We will select a winner the next day.
For more information visit www.magicfest.co.uk or call 0131 226 0006
T&Cs: To attend MagicFair Lates you must be aged 16+. For MagicFair Afternoon session you must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or responsible adult if you are under the age of 16. No cash alternative available. Tickets are non-transferable.