Klub Magic at the Komedia 5th October 2005 Reported by Nick Ralls
This review first appeared on magicweek.co.uk
8th October 2005
Klub Magic came back to the Komedia in Brighton – and what a welcome
return it was for magic fans on the South Coast. Life wasn’t quite the same without
it and it is great that producer Mark Worgan had planned two Autumn shows – one held
last night and the other in December. Only pity is that it isn’t every month! Klub
Magic fans were not to be disappointed with some superb acts combined with the ever
appealing Mr Worgan himself involving the audience in some funny and captivating
routines as well as delivering the jokes.
KLUB MAGIC in Brighton just got even better. Mark Worgan returned in December to the
Komedia serving up some tasty offerings to make for a delicious magical feast of
entertainment that left a packed audience spellbound all evening. There was no getting
away from the fact that here was entertainment with a capital E with comedy competing
heavily against pure magic for an evening of pure delight. Mark once again held the
audience with his own simple but highly comic routines that appeal to all ages. Here
is a great stage man who knows that presentation holds the key to success in great
performing and many an old routine takes on a new life with his own Mark Worgan touch.
Here too is an entertainer who knows how to have the audience eating out of the palms
of his hands. A big personality. Whether it was the disappearance of a beer bottle,
holding the key to opening the lock guarding a ten pound note or the marvel of the
vanishing bandana, Mark produces something original and totally captivating every
It is an awesome experience in itself watching him at work.
Posted on www.magicweek.co.uk Dec 05
Klub Magic at the Komedia, Brighton 9th February 2005. Hosted and compered by Mark
Mark Worgan has an uncanny skill at providing very well balanced evenings of magic
at this lovely theatre venue here in Brighton.The show opened as usual with some
comedy gags from Mark Worgan and some mystery as well. How he did it I do not know
but a signed card actually ended up sealed in a can of beans! That got me thinking
and the audience laughing and completely baffled.
Reviewed by Martin Breese and posted on www.magicweek.co.uk
There was magic during the meal while afterwards, Mark Worgan brought the house down
with his unique brand of humour.
Wetherby News, August 2009
From curtain up, he captured and captivated the audience with a mixture of side-splitting
jokes and lightening patter.
Review from Mark’s One Man Theatre Show at Fishers Farm Theatre, 2006
Great comic magicians are a joy to behold and Mark is, without doubt, among the very
best in his field.