The Newest Trick in the Book

This week, I’ll be appearing on The Newest Trick In The Book, a weekly show put on by the Toronto Magic Company. I’ll be appearing along with Jeff Hinchliffe, Sean Rooney, Harry Zimmerman and TMC Founder Ben Train.

Tickets are free to reserve . This is a pay-what-you-feel show. The only rule is it must be brand new material, never performed before. So there is the possibility that everything will go horribly wrong and nothing in the show will work. What fun!

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

Where: See-Scape, 347 Keel Street, Toronto

 

Photos from Magic & Martini in Toronto

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Last night at Suite 114, we had our first Magic & Martini of the New Year. Thank you to everyone who attended. Here are a few photos courtesy of Ivan “The Witch” Bekcic.

For our upcoming shows, readers can use the secret code olive for a discount on the price of tickets when reserving online.

Magic & Martini Update

Design by Kurt Firla

Design by Kurt Firla

It’s been an extremely busy holiday season; lots of parties and great magic to share. We’re thrilled to announce that our dates for Magic & Martini in January have sold out. There are dates for February currently available. Readers can use the code olive for a discount on tickets purchased online.

For those who have requested, we’ve also added the ability to buy gift certificates for tickets to the show. It’s always possible to buy tickets to the show and just put them in someone else’s name, however if you would like to give the gift of magic, but don’t want to commit them to a particular date, you can purchase vouchers that don’t expire and can be redeemed for any future show provided we have tickets remaining that night. You can use the link below:

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Hallelujah

A music video with some magic in it so subtle I almost missed it.

The 2Cellos are one of my favourite music groups. I saw them live in concert earlier this year. When people asked me what it was a unique experience. A 20+ piece string ensemble playing classical music in the first half, and the audience (of which I was on the lower end of the age spectrum) on their feet clapping and singing along like teenagers at a rock concert. You have not lived until you’ve seen a cellist rolling around on his back playing “Highway to Hell”.

Since that, they’ve released a new album and this shows off their calmer, softer side. And it is beautifully shot with a very nice piece of magic subtly woven into it.