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Langley magician pulls off award victory

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Magician Steve Dickson has walked away with an award from the oldest and most prestigious magical society in the world.

Dickson won the The Society of American Magicians’ Carl Hemeon Award of Excellence at gala dinner.

“This is a great honour,” said Dickson. “To be judged and voted on by your peers and to come out on top is something I’ll never forget.”

This isn’t the first time Dickson has won accolades from his peers. He was the 2010 Pacific Coast Association of Magicians champion and The Magic Circle’s HB MacLean Award winner for close-up magic.

Dickson believes that magic is a special thing, something that everyone could use a little more of. Dickson performs smart, engaging and always surprising entertainment, delivered with style and class.

Dickson entertains at functions of all sizes, from simple private parties to large corporate events. Some of these include weddings, hospitality suites, trade shows and many corporate parties.

“I even perform for Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s private functions,” he says, with pride.

He performs at the Langley Mr. Mike’s on 200 Street and Willowbrook Drive on Sunday nights from 5:30 to 8 p.m.

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