Our reporter follows award-winning magician, Marvin Berglas - the creator of Marvin's Magic during a hectic but magical few months.
At the prestigious Marviri's Magic headquarters in leafy Hertfordshire, Marvin finalises plans for the exciting new ranges at product development meetings with the in-house creative
It's off to the London studios of TV shopping giant QVC where Marvin is guest presenting live and close-up. The television audience is clearly impressed as Marvin's products sell
out on air.
Following the launch of Marvin's Magic School at London's 02 Arena, Marvin is interviewed by journalists and filmed for TV news networks who are keen to see first hand the
phenomenal interest and development of magic at grass roots level.
That evening Marvin entertains with his unique style of magic at an intimate gathering at The Savoy. The guest list includes overseas Heads of States, the Deputy Prime Minister,
Lords and Ladies.
Later in the week, Marvin hosts an informal training session with his in-store demonstration team. The team go on to produce record sales with Marvin's products being consistently
amongst the best sellers at Hamleys.
Marvin was proud to be chosen to represent Great Britain at the Essential Magic Conference ¡n Portugal in 2011. He was amongst 33 of the top magicians and creative minds in
magic from all around the world. Each magician lectured in the studios in front of their peers whilst being beamed live into 62 countries!
At the Children's Champions Awards, Marvin is filmed on the red carpet amazing Rio Ferdinand.
Back to London and it's the weekend, so we're off to the Emirates Stadium. Marvin is a big Gunners fan and also has been Arsenal's resident magician since 1993 - the first in the
Premier League. He heads a team who provide the pre-match entertainment to the VIPs and sponsors.
Celebrity filled audiences
Marvin has a smile on his face, not just because Arsenal won, but he was chosen by the club to be featured on one of only 60, special 125 year anniversary banners commemorating
selected celebrity fans and ex players that adorn the stadium.
Marvin's on stage at a glittering black tie magic themed charity Ball in Westminster. The celebrity filled audience includes many players past and present, so Marvin again combines
his passion for Magic and Arsenal whilst helping raise a quarter of a million pounds for The Willow Foundation.
The next week an early morning photocall and product signing for the opening of the new Toy Department at John Lewis in Oxford Street. This is followed by filming in Southbank TV
studios for 'Television's Fifty Greatest Magic Tricks' which airs on New Year's Eve.
It's out to dinner with the Barbarians Rugby team ahead of their fixture vs Australia at Twickenham. This is the fifth consecutive Barbarians squad that Marvin has entertained.
The next morning it's off to Dubai where Marvin does another special product signing for one of his International customers.
Phew! I'm exhausted but Marvin is full of enthusiasm and energy and heads back to London in time for the Toy Industry Awards and to prepare with his loyal team for the trade
shows in London and New York ... so that's Marvin's Magic.