By Jennifer Rowley and Richard Leigh
Art by Jay Fortune and Sculptures by Brian Watson
Part of LONDON HAT WEEK 2018
An interactive exhibition of themed hats, art and performance magic using hats used by magicians of the past, present and future.
All interactive magic hats, futuristic hats, optical illusion hats and hats from the exquisite magical past are all hand created by multi award winning designer and Miliner Jennifer Rowley. Examples of Jen’s work
The interactive Side Show magic is presented by magical creator, artist and presenter, Richard Leigh. You can take part in ‘The Wishing Hat’, ‘The Angel or Devil Hat’ and what is the image reflected in the ‘Anamorphisis Hat’. Examples of Richard’s work
Writer, magician and artist Jay Fortune combines iconic imagery of celebrated contemporary characters of a magical persuasion with his unique expressive style of art which explores the stature of ‘The Top Hat’ and ‘The Magician’. Examples of Jay’s work
Themed sculptures are created and presented by Brian Watson. Examples of Brian’s work
‘The Curtains Up’, 28a Comeragh Road, London, W14 9HR.
Each performance takes 30 minutes to walk around and take part in. Each performance is limited to 15 people. The venue is intimate and has been a theatre of magic for the past 15 years in London.
All tickets £8.00. Only 15 places per time slot.
The Anamorphosis Hat by Jennifer Rowley
Proceeds for this event are donated to charity. Through an incentive celebrating its 10th year pioneered by Jay and Richard called ‘Magic Moments’.
All proceeds from this event go to Jennifer’s charity of choice which is the St Helena Hospice in Colchester, Essex.