Confessions of A Magician

Long have magicians hid their secrets... but now it's time for this one to confess! Award winning magic with a twist.

Long have magicians hid their secrets… but now it’s time for this one to confess!

A fresh update of the show that was awarded an Adelaide Fringe Best Magic Weekly Award in 2018 and toured in 2019.

Get ready to have your mind blown as this award winning magician shares his deepest and most absurd revelations in an original, candid and modern performance.

Gobsmacking magic, audience participation, psychological ploys, laughter and amazement are all part of the show.

Learn more about the wild, weird and at time hilarious world of magic and illusion, if you dare…


Form and Style 

CONFESSIONS OF A MAGICIAN is a spellbinding and original hour long act guaranteed to intrigue and delight, delivered by an award winning magician.

This show is original in that it is not the standard linear exhibition of magic ‘tricks’, and uses original narrative plot and theatrical vignettes to showcase mysterious and amazing effects, while spectators learn more about the strange, and at time hilarious, world of magic and illusion.

Gobsmacking magic, audience participation, psychological ploys, music, laughter and amazement are all part of the show. This show was awarded a ‘Best Magic Weekly Award’ at Adelaide Fringe 2018, toured in 2019 and also presented (updated script) at the 2020 Perth Fringe World


Community and Audience Engagement

– Roll out of customised marketing plan, in collaboration with the venue / organiser (sample attached)
– Roll out of customised community engagement plan, in collaboration with venue / organiser (sample attached)
– Use of personal WA wide mailing list
– Use of online marketing (FB, Instagram, etc) – Organic and paid
– Media Releases, interviews (Written media, TV or Radio) and pre show activations can be organised.
– Templates for flyers, posters and banners for the venue / organiser provided for distribution.


Available Marketing

– Roll out of extensive marketing plan, in collaboration with the venue / organiser (sample attached)
– Poster, flyer templates.
– Imagery and promotional material for digital (tiles, banners, etc)

– Video collateral is available (will be updated for the campaign)


“Pierre Ulric is a master at his craft” – ★★★★½ – The Australia Times

“One hell of a show” – ★★★★½ – The Fourth Wall

“One beautifully enigmatic extravaganza’’ – Beat Magazine Melbourne


West Australian Magician of the Year (WA Society of Magicians)
2018: Adelaide Fringe BEST MAGIC Weekly Award Winner (Adelaide Fringe act)
2017: Original Show Nominated for ‘Best Children’s Entertainment (Fringe World act)
2015: Original Show Nominated for ‘Best of Cabaret’ (Fringe World double act)
2014 ‘Best Of 600 Seconds’ (Fringe World double act)
2003: Australian Magic Convention National Champion, Strolling Magic (Australian Magic Convention)


Written and performed by Pierre Ulric

Lighting Design Nemo Gandossini-Poirier2018, 2005, 2003:


From 1 January 2022




Young adult / adult audience, urban or remote communities


60 minutes

Bump In

4 hours

Bump Out

1.5 hours


Weekly Cost: $8,000
Cost per performance: $3,000
Remount: $500
Royalties: 5%
*Above fees do not include travel costs

Company Contacts

Pierre Ulric
0456 777 240

Company Website

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Venue Format

Proscenium Arch, Black Box, Thrust

Touring Party



Show Warnings: N/A

First possible performance: 1 hour post bump-in

Minimum break between shows: 80 minutes

Minimum stage width: 5 metres

Minimum stage depth: 2 metres

Minimum stage height: 0.5 metres

Minimum wing space: 1 metre

Lighting provided by the company: Floor based LED bar (UV & Mini Spots), short throw projector and connections, live stream camera and connections, projection management via lap-top using QLAB.

Lighting provided to be provided by the venue: Front and side stage wash (RGBW) with – DMX, lighting rig specification sheet (channels, fixture patch list), fresnels and profiles lights to suit the stage this is desirable but not essential, stage HDMI output linking to tech desk (alternatively, direct access to desk from stage wings is required.)

Audio provided by the company: Wireless head-set microphone and receiver, music playback via lap-top using QLAB.

Audio to be provided by the company: Theatrical stereo sound system to suit the venue, stage D/I box(es) to accommodate 1x XLR and 1x 1/4″ mono input (alternatively, direct access to mixer from stage wings is required), sound mixing desk (4 channels min), one hand-held (wired or wireless) microphone connected to amplification system on a straight or boom stand, set on stage, foldback is desirable but not essential.

Dressing rooms required: 1