Einstein the Magic Bookworm | Mickster the Trickster | Oct 2017 Review

Mickster the Trickster – Einsten the Magic Bookworm | Review

Mickster the Trickster is a very likeable and funny magician who manages to weave comedy, suspense and magic into a show which younger kids can relate to.

Einstein the Magic Bookworm was perfect for the young crowd who loved being involved in looking for the ever elusive Einstein. Mickster was joined on stage by  his friends Marshmallow the Dove, Einstein the Magic Bookworm who disappears and Lily the Counting Ladybug who he incorporated into his magic tricks.

The young audience were seated down the front near all the action and were very keen to be involved on stage to assist with magic tricks and also to help find the missing star of the show. There were lots of laughs and lots of participation from the young audience, particularly when they could see Einstein and Mickster couldn’t!

For young audiences who may not have seen magic before, this was the perfect introduction. Just when the kids thought they had figured out Mickster’s magic tricks, he surprised us all and left us wondering. We were quite impressed when the dove (a real one) and it’s cage magically disappeared into thin air.

Mickster is fun, warm and witty and good at engaging the crowd and we think this is a great show which will be enjoyed by younger kids.


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What Mickster the Trickster – Einstein the Magic Bookworm

When:  Reviewed 7 October 2017

Where:  Mitcham Cultural Village | 103C Princes Rd, Mitcham

Who:  Families

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