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The friendly, weekly, London magic club

For nearly 80 years, the Zodiac Magical Society has provided weekly club nights, a monthly magazine and an extensive library to encourage and nurture the art of magic.

Conjurors of all abilities gather to share tips, watch lectures, go head-to-head in competitions and pursue their love of this fascinating and wonderful entertainment.

For many great reasons, the Zodiac Magical Society is known as one of the friendliest clubs in the UK. And it's certainly one of the busiest, meeting 50 nights a year. This offers great value to magicians.

Many famous names have been members, and the breadth of talent spans close-up magic to stage, virtual Zoom performers to kids entertainers. Plus so much more.

Yes, we have a brilliant heritage, but the Zodiac is also forward-thinking, being one of the first clubs to switch to Zoom during the lockdown, and now attracting magicians from around the UK.

"The joy of the Zodiac is the warmth and helpfulness of its members. The heart of the club is built around the incredible love of magic shown by its amateur and hobbyist members who always have time to sit and work with you, to improve your own skills." Mandy Davis

On the 2nd April 1946, the Zodiac Magical Society was formed by Dick Chavel, Napier Bye and Bill Penn with about a dozen members. Today, we have a membership of over sixty magicians.

Our members are a mix of full-time professional entertainers, semi-pros and, of course, a large number of members for whom magic is just a very pleasant and absorbing hobby.

The society’s monthly magazine, THE ZODIAC, has been published for over 40 years without missing a single edition. Our editor, Andy Stone, produces a brilliant magazine for all Zodiac members.

New members are always welcome. If you have a love of magic, please get in touch and we can arrange for you to visit and sample our exciting club. 

Please see the Events Diary page for more information regarding upcoming events and our Contact Info page for email details. 

If you are visiting us via public transport, our club is only a five-minute walk from Northfields tube station (Piccadilly Line).  If driving, we are five minutes from the A40 or the M4 and the venue has its own car park.