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Cecil Heygate

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Cecil Heygate
Borncirca 1899
DiedMarch 29, 1974 (age 74)
Southport Infirmary, Southport, England

Cecil Heygate (c. 1899-1974), a lifelong member of the Mahatma Magic Circle in Liverpool and other Societies, was a creative magician starting with may effects created in the early 1900s.


He was a regular attendee of the I.B.M. conventions in England.

He had a winter home in Spain. In 1974, he returned from to be taken ill in London and rushed home by his wife. He collapsed with a cerebral haemorrhage.[1]

He had many effects published in the The Magic Wand when George Johnson was editor.

The Mahatma Magic Circle presented an annual "Cecil Heygate Shield" award for inventive magic.[2]


  1. Obit, Abra, April 1974