Photos from Magic & Martini

Design by Kurt Firla

Design by Kurt Firla

Thank you to everyone who attended our sold-out performance of Magic & Martini last night at Suite 114 in Toronto. Thanks as well to our Mastercard Priceless VIPs who came early for the backstage experience.

The rest of our shows for the year are sold out, but we have posted dates for the first five performances of 2019. Readers can use the secret code olive for a discount on tickets purchased online.

Here are some photos from the evening courtesy of Jonah Babins.

Going, going, gone!

Magic & Martini is sold out for 2018! Thank you to everyone who has come to indulge their love of live magic in Toronto. We’re thrilled beyond words by your support.

We’ve opened up a couple of dates already for 2019 and look forward to sharing more magic, fun and mischief with you in the new year!

Design by Kurt Firla

Design by Kurt Firla

PS - If you’re looking for magic for your holiday entertainment, we do still have a number of dates available. Feel free to contact us with any questions.

Jimmy Fallon Indulges his love of magic

This year, magic has seen a wonderful resurgence in the public consciousness. One of the places this is most apparent on the Tonight Show, now hosted by SNL alum Jimmy Fallon. Jimmy is nearly the perfect subject for performing magic to. You can always tell exactly what he’s thinking and you know immediately when he’s genuinely surprised by something. He’s had three superb magicians featured on his show in the past month:

Dan White

Dan is based in New York, with his own show The Magician at the NoMad.

Shin Lim

is the winner of the latest season of America’s Got Talent. (Although he does happen to be Canadian… confusing!) He is also internationally recognized in the industry as a winner at FISM (essentially the magic Olympics.)

Joshua Jay

An irritatingly photogenic sleight of hand artist from Ohio, now living in New York. Josh holds a special place in my heart as the first original magic trick I ever had published in a professional journal was in his column, "Talk About Tricks” which he edited for MAGIC Magazine for a dozen years. Josh has a show in New York called Six Impossible Things which is sold out months in advance.

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.