Review: The Seers put on a terrific virtual magic show (includes a first-hand account)

Thommy Ten and Amélie van Tass of Clairvoyants. Photo credit: Matthias Koestler

It was a fun and interactive virtual experience with their dedicated fans and viewers. Amélie started the show off with a quick change of dress, and Thommy then showed off his prowess at solving a Rubik’s Cube in seconds, and he performed a neat magic trick that involved utensils (a fork and a spoon).

They managed to engage their online audience in several of their tricks, which involved a card game (where they guess the correct card of the fan’s choice), and another which involved a “dream vacation” with their dream band. .

Amélie and Thommy have expressed that they enjoy mentalism, illusions and sleight of hand. Thommy then demonstrated a remarkable act of manipulation he had worked on, which involved coins and cards, and he did a solid job. “Excellent work”, said Amélie, complimenting Thommy.

The newest addition to their family, Koni Hundini also made an appearance, and he was part of another clever magic trick.

Howie Mandel was a special celebrity guest for one of the events, which again had a fan component. The audience also took part in a trick that involved cups.

The verdict

Overall, Clairvoyants were amazing in their virtual experience. Despite being quarantined due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they were able to operate their show in innovative and thought-provoking ways. Their online show got an A rating. Well done.

Read more: Digital Journal’s Markos Papadatos recently chatted with The Clairvoyants about their virtual experience.

Thommy Ten and Amélie van Tass of the Clairvoyants

Matthias Koestler

Brian L. Hartfield