Looking for a magician to make your Christmas even more magical?

How did you pick that up because I deliberately went poker face on you! – PJ Coogan The Opinion Line Cork’s 96FM

David Peace Magic has been performing at Corporate Christmas Parties for 14 years, in fact one was his very first gig. You might be wondering why you should book David Peace for your party. David Peace mixes magic and mentalism to create a unique experience for all of your employees. Christmas is a magical time of year and having David Peace will ensure that your party is just as magical!

David Peace will entertain and astound your guests. David will perform during the drinks reception or during the meal, and David can also perform a mentalism show after the meal.

David was a great addition to our Christmas party drinks reception. He blended easily with the group without being obtrusive. His act was polished and captivating and a real talking point of the evening. I would definitely recommend David for any corporate events. – Corporate client

Having magic at your Christmas party a great way for your employees to relax and bond.

I’d recommend this to all my friends anyway, it genuinely blew my mind – Peace of Mind Audience Member

Magic show after the meal

David offers a 30 to 40 minute show after the meal, this will include a lot of audience interaction, David will perform excerpts from his new show ‘Am I Psychic?’. This will involve a lot of mentalism and David can also perform a straight jacket escape on request

David Peace is back with ‘Am I Psychic?’.

This brand new show debuts on Saturday November 16th in An Spailpin Fanach. Doors open at 8pm.

Tickets are available for €10 when pre-booked on Eventbrite.

If you haven’t reserved your ticket(s), make sure you act now!

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Don’t miss out on what is going to be a fantastic show in Cork City. David Peace is headlining ‘Am I Psychic?’, duplicating the abilities of psychics without any psychic ability himself

More acts may be added. Keep up to date with all information on David Peace Magic on Facebook.

This show is not to be missed! Act now and reserve your tickets using the link above.

Behind the Scenes – Steve Spade Escape from PortMagic

Check out the video of Steve Spade risking his life in Portrush! It was fantastic to consult on such a huge and dangerous stunt in Northern Ireland. Subcribe to my YouTube channel for more magic related content. :)

On Monday June 18th David left a prediction with PJ Coogan and the staff on The Opinion Line on Cork’s 96fm, Cork’s number 1 talk show.

On July 16th the day after the dramatic FIFA World Cup Final David returned to the show. Live on the air the box was opened and inside was the envelope PJ had signed 4 weeks earlier.

Today I was on The Opinion Line with PJ Coogan on Cork’s 96fm. I was invited on the show to see if I could predict anything about the World Cup.

Over the last few days I had been looking at the matches and all the stats I could find. I made predictions about what I thought would happen and I sealed them in an envelope. To ensure nothing would happen to the envelope I have PJ signed his name across the seal and it was placed in a metal box and was sealed with a padlock. (Box can be seen on my Facebook www.facebook.com/davidpeacemagic).

They keep the box and I keep the key so there will be no peeking. Now I wait!

Last week I went to see Derren Brown Underground in Cork Opera House, Firstly, the show was outstanding! Watching a show like this is incredibly inspiring and I now have the itch to do a new show (watch this space). Also during the show the Cork audience did something that Derren has never seen happen before. During the show Derren invited a few men on stage and as they got on stage they introduced themselves to each other and shook hands. Derren had already been on twitter to declare his love for Cork and the people but this took it to another level for him.

Apparently I’m not allowed to stay and live in or around Cork for the rest of my life because I have ‘responsibilities’ back home. Goodbye then Cork, lovely people, it hurts to leave. – Derren Brown


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