We're back at the Crimson Lounge in Toronto this Sunday night for James Alan's Magic Tonight. I'll be joined by the incredibly suave, charming and prestigious Phil Pivnick. Phil has been on the show many times and earlier this year, he won the "Toronto's Best Magician Contest" put on by A1 Chinese Radio. Tickets for the show are available on our site. Readers of this blog can use the code reality for a discount on the price of tickets and dinner when purchasing online.
I feel like an announcer on the old Batman series... Last time on... except that Robin isn't tied up somewhere about to be fed to a pit of alligators? Oh well. It was hot outside and cool inside at the Crimson Lounge Sunday night. The wonderful Jason Palter was there and the audience was on fire. Actually, I think the audience was on something; extremely energetic and interactive. It's very rare to have an audience that's appreciative to the point of being irritating.
Also making a surprise cameo in a couple of the photos is Scott McClelland, the director of Carnival Diablo and The Paranormal Show, who happened to be in town. Here Scott can be seen in a rare non-creepy attire.
Magic Tonight continues every Sunday night through the summer 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.
What a creepy evening on Magic Tonight! Nick Wallace is, as I have maintained for years, the devil. In addition to an extremely creepy doll which seemed to form strange invisible connections with nearby individuals, he was turning people into human puppets and swallowing sharp objects. Odd how when you say it like that it doesn't sound anywhere near as fun as it is in person. Go figure. Take a look at some of what we got up to. Magic Tonight continues through the summer on Sunday nights at the Crimson Lounge in Toronto. Readers of this blog can use the code reality for a discount on the price of tickets and dinner when purchasing online.
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.
Very strange weather this week with a mix of hot hot hot and wet wet wet. All of which just serves to remind of of why I call myself an indoor magician. But we had a wonderful time with our audiences on Magic Tonight with special guests Phil Pivnick, Ben Train and Chris Mayhew. If you haven't seen our show, take a look at some of the fun you missed! And if you recognize yourself or your friends, in any of the photos, feel free to share them.