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Photos from Magic & Martini at Grand Spirits

Thank you to everyone who attended our special spring break performance of Magic & Martini at Grand Spirits. We also perform in Toronto and Oakville and the question I'm asked most often is "Where is Grand Valley?"

Well... tucked away in a gorgeous middle of nowhere inside of what looks like a school is one of my favourite spots in the world to do a magic show. 

Here are some photos from our latest performance courtesy of Waled Hassansay.

More Magic (and more Martinis!) in Grand Valley

Thank you to everyone who came to see us at Grand Spirits last weekend. It was a full house and we had a wonderful time, despite the incredibly cold snowy weather. 

We've just posted two new shows to the website:

Saturday, February 24, 2018
Saturday, March 24, 2018

Tickets are $39. Please come join us. All of our performances have been sold out and we'd love to see you there. Readers can use the secret code olive for a discount on the price of tickets purchased online.

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Black Friday & Cyber Monday Magic

It has ben a truly wonderful year for me and for magic. Although we have a busy month ahead filled with holiday parties, Magic & Martini is nearly done for the year, with one sold-out show left before we break for Christmas. I'm incredibly grateful to everyone who has come out to see the show, and also shared those evenings with family and friends. 

We have several dates posted for 2018, so if you would like to get an unbeatable price on tickets this Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend, you can use the code BLACKFRIDAY on the website for 60% off tickets for all of the open performances. 

We look forward to seeing you in the new year and sharing some magic and fun with you then. 

Happy Holidays!

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Grand Spirits Getting Grander

Grand Spirits, the organization secretly masterminding my new show, Magic and Martini, is making a little piece of history up north of the city. While we take organizations like the LCBO and The Beer Store for granted, we don't realize  that this is not how the sale of spirituous beverages works just about every place else in the world. But with changing regulations, this is the first legal distillery to open in this region in over a century.

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