Joe M. Turner (USA) Auckland only lecture

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Auckland Lecture
Sponsored by IBM Ring 160 & Magic New Zealand
Date: Thursday 1st March 2018
Start Time: 7.30pm sharp
Venue: The Surrey Hotel, 465 Great North Rd,Grey Lynn, Auckland 1021
Adult Lecture fee: $25
Juniors (School age) and financial IBM 160 members: $10
Wives or Partners: $5

Joe's brief Bio:

Joe M. Turner is a professional speaker and corporate entertainer based in Atlanta, Georgia. An escaped management consultant turned magician and mentalist, Joe entertains at conferences, trade shows, corporate events, and private parties across America and around the world.

Joe has appeared at the Magic Castle in Hollywood, Monday Night Magic in New York, the Chicago Magic Lounge, Wizardz Orlando, and at other venues across America, Europe, South America, Asia, and Australia. He has been seen on Good Morning America, Nightline, CNN Headline News, CNN Chile, and numerous other local, national, and international broadcasts.

Joe was a close-up performer in the Palladium Magic show at the London Palladium, and performs on Crystal Cruises as part of the acclaimed Magic Castle at Sea program. He has performed and lectured at numerous magical conferences and clubs, including the London Magic Circle, the British Ring Convention, P.C.A.M./3 of Clubs, S.E.A.M., the Middle Tennessee Creative Ministries Conference, S.C.A.M., magic gatherings in Santiago and Buenos Aires, the Thailand Magic Extravaganza, and the S.A.M. National Convention.

Joe served as the 2015-2016 International President of the International Brotherhood of Magicians (I.B.M.). He's also a member of the Society of American Magicians, the Academy of Magical Arts, the Magic Circle (A.I.M.C.), MENSA, and the National Speakers Association. He has been voted Greater Atlanta Magician of the Year three times (2000, 2010, 2013) and has won multiple awards for both close-up and stage performance.

Find Joe online at, on Twitter at @turnermagic, and on Facebook at


Joe M. Turner's "A Few Modest Enchantments" is a collection of published and unpublished work including ring and string, card material for novice and intermediate performers, personal work on the memorized deck, and a streamlined method for a David Berglas stage routine.

This lecture also includes a new development of a little-known Zarrow idea. None of these items require special props or gimmicks; you can get everything you need at local discount stores.

This lecture has been praised by attendees at multiple magic conventions in the United States, Europe, and at the London Magic Circle. Joe has attended the FFFF Convention since 2004. He earned his PhD in close-up magic from 4F and now serves as an MC for a show there each year.

Joe was the 2015-2016 International President of the International Brotherhood of Magicians. During his term he performed at, lectured for, and attended magic conventions, festivals, meetings, and galas on four continents.

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