Magic Tonight continues weekly at the Crimson Lounge in Downtown Toronto. Readers of this blog can use the code reality for a discount on the price of tickets and dinner when purchasing online.
We have just one show at Magic Tonight this week on Sunday at the Crimson Lounge in Toronto (stay tuned to find out what I'm up to this Thursday). My guest his the hilarious and bewildering Rob Testa. So for a fun night of comedy & magic, join us at the Crimson Lounge (inside The Cage 292, 2nd floor) for Magic Tonight. Readers of this blog can use the code reality for a discount on the price of tickets and dinner when booking online.
School's back and we're back. We had shows in Toronto over the summer, but this week, Magic Tonight returns to the Franklin House in Streetsville — a wonderfully historic and genuinely haunted venue — on Thursday nights. Our first show back with Ryan Brown is already sold out. Ryan is a sleight of hand manipulator who has been recognized in recent years with the Toronto's Best Magician Award, first place in Mississauga's Got Talent (how he can be eligible for both without moving has baffled the greatest legal minds in the country) and the Len Cooper Memorial Award.
And this Sunday, at the Crimson Lounge in Toronto, we have the star of Illusions of Grandeur, the new television magic series currently airing Friday nights on CityTV, Zack Mirza. This show has a very limited number of seats remaining.
Last night on Magic Tonight at the Crimson Lounge, we were joined by the inimitably creepy Nick Wallace. He was in town preparing for Seance, which will be appearing at Theatre Passe-Murraille later this month. If you have a chance to go see it, do. Normally you have to drive out towards Hamilton-Niagara to see him perform so it's a wonderful treat to have him in Toronto. It was a packed house that left us tripping over tables and chairs we had so littler room left. He does a fabulous job of creeping you out while your brain is being melted. And if any of this sounds like hyperbole, it's not.
If you weren't there, take a peek at what you missed. Tickets for our upcoming shows are now available. Readers of this blog can use the code reality for a discount on the price of tickets and dinner when purchasing online.
Last night's show at the Crimson Lounge in Toronto was creepier than usual. Mysterion was in strange form (and of course, I mean that in a good way.) He was corrupting the youth, contacting the dead and just generally weirding people out. I'm not sure if that child actually went home and did his satanic colouring, but we can be on the lookout for dark clouds and bad omens today. We're gearing up for the fall season. Currently all of our shows in Missisauga for September are sold out but we have shows in Toronto with seats available. Readers of this blog can use the code reality for a discount on the price of tickets and dinner when purchasing online.
If you didn't make it to the show last night, take a look at some of what you missed:
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.