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Tuesday, 25 February 2014
Top Five: It's A Kind Of Magic
Top Five: It’s A Kind Of Magic
Magic and comedy often go hand in glove – Glasgow’s own Jerry Sadowitz is a master close up magician – but there are a few more tricks up our sleeve for 2014’s Festival:
Using persuasion techniques, body language and psychology the audience learn how to be mind reading mentalists with award-winning entertainer Doug Segal.
Otiz Cannelloni: History of Magic: Abridged!, Tron Theatre, 22 March, 2pm. £28family ticket (2 adults, 2 kids)
From the Kids Comedy Programme. A funny and informative family show about magic for ages 5 to 105.
A magic and entertainment show for the whole family. For ages 3 and up.
Magic, burlesque and comedy from the friendly Glasgow-based night with international guests.
Magician and comic Woody demonstrate some of magic’s biggest secrets.
Posted by Glasgow Comedy at 12:06