UK Lecture Tour January/February 2008

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In a couple hours I leave for the UK – If you live in the vicinity, come out to see the lecture. Make sure to say hello in person – we’ll have a pint and discuss why the Stones are better than the Beatles.

Special Note: if you can make it to The Session Convention, it’s going to be one hell of a party. If you can’t, there are several more opportunities to see me listed below!

If you’d like to attend a lecture, call Kerry Scorah for details. Some appearances have limited seating, so call now. Kerry’s cell number is 07876 332933.

The Dates

30th January Wellingborough Club Nr Northampton
31st January Hull Magicians Club
1st February Scarborough
4th February Ipswich
5th February Coventry
6th February Leamington Spa
7th February International Magic London number (please call the store directly – 020 7405 7324)

 

Can’t wait to meet you all! It’s going to be a blast

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10 Responses to “UK Lecture Tour January/February 2008”


  1. 1 Brian Morton January 24, 2008 at 6:16 pm

    “Make sure to say hello in person – we’ll have a pint and discuss why the Stones are better than the Beatles.”

    What’s to discuss? The only person in the Beatles as cool as Keith Richards left this earthly vale in 1980.

  2. 2 Ran Mapes January 24, 2008 at 6:22 pm

    Hi Aaron,
    I know you’ll have a blast and should be happily exhausted by the time you get home. Please be sure to tell Andi Gladwin “Hi” for me and snag an autographed copy of his new book on Jack Parker, “52 Memories”. As for the Stones vs. Beatles, it’s all good… but James William (Jimmy) Buffett is by far the best!
    Have fun and watch out for sweet-tarts,
    Ran

  3. 3 Bill Tube January 24, 2008 at 6:55 pm

    The Stones are better than the Beatles because the Stones still play gigs and Ron Wood is a better artist than John Lennon was.

  4. 4 Bill Tube January 24, 2008 at 6:56 pm

    The Stones are better than the Beatles because the Stones are still gigging

  5. 5 Sean Rafael January 24, 2008 at 8:00 pm

    Wow… Coventry on the same day I’m in Coventry. How lucky.

    Hopefully I’ll be able to go =D

    – Sean

  6. 6 Glenn January 24, 2008 at 10:58 pm

    I know this sounds like a cop out for the Beatles vs Stones debate, but I’ve always found them to be like apples and orenges, more than almost any comparison I’ve heard.

    They are so very different, some times I’m in the mood for the Beats, and others the Stones, and every now and then I throw in some CCR.

    As for the UK tour, how about a Common wealth tour, eh? Would love some Canadian stops.

    Glenn

  7. 7 Jonny Bryson January 27, 2008 at 4:45 pm

    Hey Aaron! when are you gonna be lecturing in Ontario Canada?! were in dire need of some magical guidence. Stones Vs. Beatles? I think the whole British invasion was a revolutionary impact on music, much like you are on magic.

    Jonny

  8. 8 Jack Nitzsche January 29, 2008 at 6:49 pm

    Aaron,
    Please. Why are we still asking this question? The Beatles were a bubble gum boys band. A pop group who had a way with happy go lucky tunes for a simple audience. The Stones were a rock and roll band. There is no comparison. Have fun in the UK.

  9. 9 Tim Sutton January 30, 2008 at 4:49 pm

    Well young man, what an awesome crescendo of a convention. I hope to drop by after the International Magic Lecture on the 7th – be great to see ya before you fly home. Hope you’re enjoying the tropical opulence of the UK.

    tim x

  10. 10 Simon Shaw February 16, 2008 at 1:17 pm

    Aaron lectured for us at the beginning of February, and it was simply one of the best lectures we have had. Aaron is not just a charming, funny and charaismatic guy, he’s also pretty handy with the cards, which is always useful when that is you subject of choice.

    We had an excellent turn out for the lecture. Not just from our own members, but also from many visiying magicians, which just goes to prove what a pull Aaron is.

    Aaron. Thank you.

    All the best
    Simon


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