Performances

Photos from Impossible with Pepe Lirrojo

Design by William West

Design by William West

Thank you to everyone who attended our sold out performance of IMPOSSIBLE with Spanish Magician Pepe Lirrojo. We’re delighted you could join us.

Here are some photos from the event, courtesy of Patrick Nemeth.

Magic & Martini will return next weekend. Readers can use the secret code olive for a discount on tickets purchased online.

Photos from the Carnival of Wonders

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Last week I got to take part in The Carnival of Wonders, a variety entertainment extravaganza put on by the Toronto Magic Company. Under the direction of our Ringmaster, Jonah Babins, and his trusty tamed lion, Ben Train, we had a wonderful night and things certainly got weird.

I got to do some magic alongside Fenyxfyre, James Harrison, Dick Joiner, Aaron “Massacre” Matthews, Bella Muerta and Francis Trach. I clearly missed the memo about having to wear a red blazer, but the audience didn’t seem too upset with me.

Here are some photos from the night courtesy of David Fulde.


Poof - Tickets for "Impossible" have vanished

Thrilled to report that our special performance with Pepe Lirrojo in Toronto is sold out! We’re looking forward to seeing everyone at the show on Tuesday, May 14 at Suite 114 in Toronto. Remember: There are extra special magical treats in store for guests who wear red.

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We have limited tickets remaining for Magic & Martini in May. Readers can use the discount code olive for a special discount when booking online:

I will also be appearing this week on Thursday night at the Toronto Magic Company Carnival of Wonders. Tickets are available for the 8:00 and 10:30 sittings:

A Carnival of Wonders

If you’re in Toronto next week come to the Carnival. inside the Super Wonder Gallery, the Toronto Magic Company is hosting The Carnival of Wonders. I’ll be appearing alongside cheaters, sideshow performers and men and women of mystery and ill repute.

There are two shows that night. The early show is family friendly. The late show is…. less that. In addition to the performances, there will be carnival games and a couple of surprises I’m not allowed to mention.

Thursday, April 18, 2019
8:00 & 10:30 PM
Super Wonder Gallery
(584 College Street, Toronto)

From the organizers:

Join Ringmaster Dick Joiner for the incredible Family Circus show, featuring jugglers, magicians, and jaw-dropping sideshow performers while you check out all the exibits. All attendees will get loot bags on the way in with chips for game play and food, as well as some fun surprises.

 

From Spain: Pepe Lirrojo "Impossible"

Coming up in May, we will be putting on a special show for a visiting performer from Spain, Pepe Lirrojo. In Europe, they take a slightly different approach to magic shows and many specialize in intimate immersive small audience magic shows. In countries like Spain, Germany and Italy, it’s not uncommon to find theatres specifically designed for close-up magic. So we thought his show Impossible would be perfect for the intimate setting at Suite 114 where we are presenting Magic & Martini in Downtown Toronto.

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Doors open at 6:30 with the show starting promptly at 7:30, so come early to sample Suite 114’s fantastic cocktail menu comprised entirely of original creations. We have a (very) limited number of seats. Tickets are available below.

Fine Print:
Your tickets include the secret password needed to gain entry to the venue, so don’t lose them!
19+ event with dress code: Jackets & Cocktail attire. (Wear red and something special might happen!)
Performance will be in English (or at least a funny accent in a language that closely approximates English.)

The Newest Trick in the Book

Tuesday night in Toronto at See-Scape, I’ll be appearing on The Newest Trick In The Book:

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This is a weekly open mic show put on by The Toronto Magic Company. I'll be appearing along with Sawyer BullockIan Crawford, Patrick NemethNikki Runnalls and the co-founder of the TMC, Ben Train. This is a pay-what-you-feel-like show. Tickets are free to reserve online. The only rule for the show is it must be brand new material you have never performed before. So there is, of course, the risk that everything in the show goes horribly wrong and nothing works... what fun!

 

When: Tuesday, January 29, 2019 at 8:30 PM


Where: SeeScape 
(374 Keel Street, south of Dundas - map)

See-Scape is a video and board game bar, so after the show, you can stick around and play.