Photos by Johan Duker
The Browser’s Den, Toronto’s premiere magic emporium, has opened up registration for the Browser’s Bash – a one-day convention hosted right here in Toronto.
There are different registration packages with different perks available for Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. Last year’s Bash was sold out, so if you plan to go, don’t leave your registration to the last minute.
Visit www.browsersden.com/bash for information.
Our lecture for November will be the celebrated Canadian magician, Richard Sanders. We try every year to showcase at least one prominent Canadian magician and we are thrilled to be hosting Richard at the club.
More information will follow, but you can save the date: Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
To accommodate travel schedules, our October Lecture will be in the Last Week of September! (Because we ALL need more Spanish magic in our lives.)
When: Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 7:00 PM
Where: Fairview Public Library (35 Fairview Mall Drive – map)
Admission: FREE for Members ($20 for guests – tickets at the door)
Travelling all the way from Spain, Alfredo Marchese, or as he is often known on stage, Magic Alan, will present “A Different Lecture” based on 35 years experience as a professional performer. Those familiar with the famous “Spanish School of Magic” know that they have a well-earned reputation for taking card tricks and turning them into deeply deceptive, emotionally powerful card miracles. Even better is the way in which they generously offer to explain all the thinking and obsessing over details that went into it.
If there’s one thing we all need, it’ more Spanish magic in our lives!
Alfredo Marchese’s magic is intelligent, original and entertaining. But not every excellent performer is a good lecturer, too. Alfredo, however, has that rare talent of being able to marry his skills as an international professional performer with the analytical yet always practical thinking that is the hallmark of the Spanish School of Thought.
His lecture is broad and deep at the same time, teaching superlative effects, and at the same time talking about the essence of magic, which can be applied to any type of magic.
-Roberto Giobbi, author of Card College
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.