Leading international magician Drummond Money-Coutts has brought magic to ChoraChori’s kids in Kathmandu.
In Nepal, school ends for the week at Friday lunchtime. Normally, at our Children’s Refuge and Rehabilitation Centre (CRRC) in Kathmandu, Friday afternoons are fairly relaxed, maybe with a bit of sport thrown in to burn up some surplus energy. But last Friday our kids were in for a real unexpected treat – a definite break from the norm – when international magician Drummond Money-Coutts called by to lay on a short performance.
Drummond Money-Coutts (DMC) has been making a name for himself with performances all around the world, including to the British royal family. His Netflix series “Death by Magic” is absolutely captivating. There were no death-defying feats on Friday and a quick head-count at the end revealed that none of the children had mysteriously vanished. But this visit from the distinctive 6 foot 4 man with “Love, courage and belief” tattooed in Hindi on his scalp was one that the audience will never forget!