27th Feb 2013 2:30pm | By Editor
Travel bargains and seminars won't be on the only source of amazement at the TNT Travel Show - magic and mind reading will be part of the entertainment too.
Two very special guests, Marc Spelmann and Collin AKA Street Magic, will be amazing all who get a chance to witness their incredible magic and mind reading.
From midday on Saturday and Sunday afternoon the 9th and 10th of March, Spelmann & Street Magic will be mingling with the crowds at Islington's Business Design Centre. Expect to hear gasps, applause and astonishment as these two masters of the impossible make their way around the show.
Find out a little bit more about these men of mystery and illusion...and scroll down to the videos to see the fellas in action.
With over 20 years as a professional performer they don't come much more experienced or professional as 'Spelmann' he has entertained heads of state, royalty and celebrities around the world from Hong Kong to Hollywood. His style is contemporary, original and everything you see will be totally unique. Forget rabbits, top hats or sparkly boxes, Spelmann will read your mind, move objects without touching them and bend metal like it's rubber.
Find out more about Marc on his website and also on his Facebook fan page
Collin AKA Street Magic
Having worked alongside Spelmann for the last ten years Collin is a contemporary showman with unbelievable skills. He has performed in the USA, Europe and the far east for celebrities and some of the worlds largest corporate companies.What he achieves inches in front of his audiences eyes has to be seen to be believed. No camera tricks, no stooges, this is magic as real as it gets.
Find out more about Street Magic on his Facebook fan page
The TNT Travel Show, London's biggest free travel show, is held on March 9-10, 2013, at the Islington Business Design Centre, N1 0QH. There are 3500 free tickets available each day when visitors pre-register at tnttravelshow.com and tickets cost just £2 after that.
The two-day extravaganza is dedicated to finding visitors their ultimate holiday, with exclusive show deals, expert seminars and inspirational advice.
As well as discounts of up to 50 per cent on trips and holidays in the UK, Europe and worldwide, visitors can also book group trips, overland routes and off-the-beaten track destinations in Eastern Europe, Africa, America, South America, Asia and Australasia.
Boasting even more exhibitors than last March's TNT Travel Show, the event will showcase everyone from tour operators to hostel and campervan companies - everything visitors need for a full travel itinerary, tailored to every budget.
Exhibitors include Topdeck, Travel Talk, Contiki, Busabout, On The Go and Sail Croatia.
As well as top deals at the TNT Travel Show, visitors can listen to exclusive advice and get destination inspiration at our free-to-attend seminars.
Learning how to survive in the wild with Bear Grylls’s best mate; the essential guide to the Everest Base Camp; sex and solo travel; and the lowdown on the 2013 festival scene are just some of the 20 free seminars on offer (for a full list see tnttravelshow.com).
The show opening times are Saturday, March 9, 10am-6pm, and Sunday, March 10, 10am-3.30pm, at the Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 0QH.
To keep up-to-date with announcements for the TNT Travel Show, visit tnttravelshow.com, follow us on Twitter@tnttravelshow and ‘like' TNT Magazine's Facebook page.
For more information, photos or to set up interviews with seminar speakers or to arrange ticket competitions, contact Phoebe Cherrill, events and marketing executive, on 020 7953 8324 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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