The appropriately named Toronto Magic Company is putting on a show and you’re invited. Unsurprisingly it is a magic show, taking place in Toronto. So if you prefer straightforward advertising to ironic and irritating blog posts, you should go!
Thursday, August 31, 2017 at 8:00 PM The Painbox Bistro (Dundas & River)
Advance tickets are $25, available online.
Tricks in the Six; featuring The Sentimentalists, James Alan, and host Ben Train Toronto’s Premier Variety is back with a BRAND NEW show!
Tricks in the Six is Toronto’s premier magic variety show, featuring incredible magicians from around the world, mind-blowing illusions, and non-stop laughs in the intimate and beautiful Paintbox Theater. Every show is different, so this is your ONLY chance to see this lineup of amazing talent.
This month’s headliners, fresh back from The Magic Castle in LA, are The Sentimentalists; two real life clairvoyants. Is it a trick or do they have real powers? The only way to find out is to experience it yourself!
Opening is the star of the sold out show Magic and Martinis, James Alan. With his sophisticated and classical style of magic James will transport you back to the 1950s and then back to the 21st century with his modern twists. You’ll see it but you still won’t believe it.
And of course Ben Train, founder of The Toronto Magic Company, will be hosting the show. Using psychology, influence, and good old-fashioned sleight of hand Ben will read your mind, predict the future, and make you question your every thought. Are you brave enough to let him try?
This is a once in a lifetime combination of incredible entertainers. Seats will sell out fast so act quickly so you don’t miss out (and to take advantage of our awesome early bird special)!
Be sure to grab your tickets before they disappear!
The newly minted Toronto Magic Company, are launching their new show Tricks In The Six featuring the magical talents of Karl Hein and the irritatingly photogenic Keith Brown. This “impossibly fun” evening is hosted by Ben Train.
Last week, a super secret organization hosted a super secret magic show then decided to blab about it because magicians are terrible at keeping secrets.
The freshly minted Toronto Magic Company helmed by Jonah Babins and Ben Train, hosted an invitation only launch party with a massive lineup, including two past presidents of the club. Here are some photos of the event from Eli Green.
The irritatingly photogenic Keith Brown
Jonah Babins after the trick got weird
Phil “El President” Pivnick
Michael Craig Francis
Is that a roast chicken?
Tyler Sol Williams before the trick got weird
James Alan with nothing up his sleeves but looking like he’s put on a little weight.