Upcoming Events (Arranged by Date)

September 20, 2019: Chris & Christel’s Fall Collection

Chris and Christel are back for another seasonal collection. In the midst of moving from the warm summer heat to the cozy transition of sweater weather, they're bringing some of their favourite autumn acts to join them in this comedy cabaret. An evening of music, comedy, sketch and more. 

Join your hosts Christel Bartelse & Christopher Sawchyn alongside: Candice Gregoris (Comedy), SUPERfluous! (Music), James Alan (Magic), Evangeline Demone (Burlesque) 

Friday, September 20, 2019
8:30 PM (Doors Open 8:00)
The Peacock Public House
582 College Street Toronto

Tickets $20 online, $25 at the door. $15 for students (door only).

September 25 & 26, 2019: The Art of Magic

September 27, 2019: Deceptive Conversations

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The Art of Magic is more than just a show. It’s an entire evening filled with beautiful art and mind blowing illusions that’s taking Toronto by storm! For two nights back-to-back, I will be appearing alongside Michael Francis and Ryan Brown at the Super Wonder Gallery.

Seating is limited, and every single Art of Magic show so far has been sold out so grab your tickets before they disappear!

October 20, 2019: Dine for Dignity Fundraising Gala

An evening of music and magic with dinner, prize draws and silent auction, put on by ESS Support Services. Also featuring Jerry Howarth and singer Michael Vanhevel.

Sunday, October 20, 2019
Panemonte Banquet & Convention Centre (220 Humberline Drive, Etobicoke)
Tickets $90 (partially tax deductible)


Past Productions

 

He has produced two acclaimed one-person shows. His first, Lies, Damn Lies & Magic Tricks (2012) which was featured at the Summerworks Performance FestivalThe Wychwood Theatre and the Hamilton Fringe Festival and challenged audiences to question what's really true by performing an entire show without telling a lie. His follow up, The Uncertainty Project (2014) launched on the eve of World Pride in Toronto and challenged the audience to expect the unexpected and shocked them with card tricks, mind-reading, appearing fish and drag queens (not necessarily in that order.)

He has also produced a number of special performances for visiting guest magicians from CanadaThe United StatesFranceSpain and Isreal. Find out more at www.abracadabaret.com

Thought-provoking, funny, astonishing and throughly entertaining. It’s a great magic display and that’s all anyone needs to know.
— Ontario Arts Review
The Uncertainty Project (2014)

The Uncertainty Project (2014)

Lies, Damn Lies & Magic Tricks (2012)

Lies, Damn Lies & Magic Tricks (2012)