Magic and Martini

See James recreate the intimate parlour performance style of early twentieth century travelling sleight of hand masters. Enjoy cocktails and cuisine while watching one of the world's best magic practitioners up close in a full evening show. You and your astonished guests will experience an evening quite unlike any theatrical performance you have ever encountered.

An intimate evening of world class conjuring and cocktails in an elegant private club atmosphere! Your full details will be provided to you in confidence once you've purchased your tickets and made your reservation.

A truly magical hour. I promise you will be thinking about how it was done – during and after the show and probably the rest of the month!! Thoroughly entertaining – go and see it!!
— Artword
Brimming with wicked wit and calculated comedy.
— The VIEW Magazine
An enthralling and stupendous show of wonder.
— The Arts & Letters Club of Toronto
[James] created the perfect ‘thinking man’s’ entertainment... one of the most original projects I have ever seen. If you enjoy having your mind expanded and your inner-child dazzled, see this show
— Tracey Erin Smith, Artistic Director, Soulo Theatre Festival


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

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)