Getting Ready for the Holidays

 Design by Kurt Firla

The end of the year is and we'd like to help you celebrate the magic of the holidays with some magic for grownups! If you're planning a party for your workplace, your friends or family, let's make your event truly unforgettable this year.

There are a few options to choose from. Find something perfect for you:


Go big with Magic For Grownups

Bring the wonder and astonishment with a full magic show after dinner. Fun, exciting, funny and extremely interactive. 

(Audiences of up to 500 guests, 30-75 minutes, additional staging requirements for audiences over 100 guests.)


Keep it casual with Magic Up Close

Break the ice with mingling close-up magic to kick the night off with energy and excitement. Perfect when you want to keep your night simple with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres and not have a big production.

(Any size audience, flexible length)


Let the night overflow with wonder with Magic & Martini 

A complete evening of magic: Enjoy apps and shreables and finely crafted cocktails. Get a mixology lesson from the cocktails wizards at Suite 114 (Toronto) or Grand Spirits (Orangeville). Plus a full evening of magic!

(Limited to 40 guests)


The Sky is the Limit

Use your imagination, pick your own format and we will craft something special specifically for your event. 

Dates at the end of the year are always in high demand and go quickly so availability may be limited. Don't miss out and contact us today for rates and availability.

Photos from Magic & Martini

 Poster design by Kurt Firla

Poster design by Kurt Firla

Thank you to everyone who attended our sold-out Magic & Martini last night at Suite 114 (and braved the Nuit Blanche traffic and road closures). We have six upcoming shows in October and November with tickets available before we take a break in December. Readers can use the discount code olive to save on tickets purchased online.

Here are some photos from the event courtesy of Tom Durcan.

The Newest Trick In The Book

Tuesday night, I’ll be appearing on The Newest Trick In The Book, a free show put on by the aptly named “Toronto Magic Company”. I’ll be appearing alongside Chris Mayhew, Harry Zimmerman and James Harrison. The show is hosted by the adorable and inventive Jonah Babins, who is inventing his own special version of English so quickly, it’s astonishing.

The show is free to attend but with limited seating. You can reserve tickets at the link below to be guaranteed a spot.

Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at 8:30 PM
SeeScape (374 Keele Street, Toronto)

See Scape is a fabulous nerd bar which has just finished renovating their brand new location. In addition to the show, you can stay to enjoy food, drinks video- and board-games.

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Photos from Magic & Martini

Thank you to everyone who attended our sold out performance of Magic & Martini last night at Suite 114 in Toronto. We’re back to our regular schedule after an almost summer hiatus. Tickets are available for performances through the end of November. Readers can use the special code olive for a discount on tickets purchased online.

Here are some photos from the event courtesy of Tom Durcan.