Thank so much to everyone who tuned to watch our show last night. Conjuring for a Cure featured 20 magicians from Toronto and around the world and we raised over $5,500 for the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.
Thank you to our performers who donated their time and talent:
Jonah Babins, David Ben, Ian Crawford, Matt DiSero, Shawn Farquhar, Gerry Frenette, Robert Herd, Lulu Lin, Patrick Nemeth, Paul Pacific, Marty Papernick, David Peck, Jeff Pinsky, Gordon Precious, Khanya Rubushe, Ari Soroka, Ben Train, Glenn West, “Brookalini” Westfall, Mark Wicken, Andrew Woo
If you missed the show, check it out:
And the link is still open if you would like to DONATE.
Thank you to everyone who supported our campaign and contributed to a great show. We wish you a safe and happy holiday season and look forward to more magic in 2021.
To help everyone who’s had to limit their getting together in groups, Lucy Darling (who lectured here in February under her pseudonym Carisa Hendrix… or something like that) has posted the full video of her show Indulgence filmed at the Chicago Magic Lounge.
One of our favourite Ontario magicians is bringing his show Strange and Unusual to Toronto this month.
Strange and Unusual
The Factory Theatre, Toronto
January 9-20, 2019
Borrowing from the world of Hitchcock and the Twilight Zone, Strange & Unusual is a unique mixture of storytelling and illusions. It is an interactive exploration of how and why humans are hardwired to believe in “weird things”, a celebration of the importance of mystery. You are cordially invited to explore the world of conspiracy theories, superstition, psychics, and all things strange and unusual.
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.