The Secrets Show is not quite sure what it wants to be. The audience may get the impression that it is a test run, in which the performer is looking to figure out what direction he might want to take in his magical career. Luckily the performer in question is Cameron Young, who is brimming with magical skill and charisma. Watching him show off the variety of tricks in his repertoire is a pleasure.
Young has a clear preference for dangerous magic, interspersing these risky tricks throughout the show. His version of the classic trick involving a dangerous bag is of note because he has made the effort to switch up the number of bags and level of audience involvement, giving it a more personal touch. His interactions with his primary audience participant for this trick have a pleasantly humorous effect on what can otherwise be a fairly scary trick.
In contrast, one of the segments that Young spends a considerable amount of time on is a very sweet extended camping trip story sequence. Young talks about how his childhood spent camping led to a love of magic (the story of how he encountered a magician in the wilderness is teased but never fully explained) and weaves several tricks into the fabric of the narrative. He successfully creates moments for the magic and storytelling to complement each other.
Where Young struggles slightly is in blending this narrative approach with his proclivity for dangerous stunts. It can certainly be done, and Young certainly seems to have the magical and performance skills to create and perform a more cohesive show. Even when working with such disjointed material his is an engaging stage presence and manages to create a fun magical atmosphere.