While this weekend's show is already sold out and this post potentially serves no purpose except to aggravate those people who don't have tickets, we're pleased to announce an additional special guest, Jason Verners. Jason is visiting from British Columbia and asked if he could be on the show. And as anyone who knows me, I have a great deal of difficulty saying no to anyone wearing a crushed velvet jacket. The reason he's in town is because every year in a slightly secret location not too far from Toronto, young magicians gather at Sorcerer's Safari, where they are able to stay isolated from society where it is less likely an unsuspecting bystander will become lost and wander to close and be asked to select a playing card.
This Sunday, on Magic Tonight, I'm joined by the man who talks to ghosts himself, Nicholas Wallace. A Canadian magic champion, and producer of engaging and exhilarating Fringe shows, Nick is one of my favourite performers in the country. He spend most of his time hiding outside the city in an undisclosed location where he (presumably) works schooling his offspring in whatever dark arts he derives his supernatural abilities from. Come join us at the Crimson Lounge in Toronto for an incredible show. Readers of this blog can use the code reality for a discount on the price of tickets and dinner when buying online.