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
James Alan with nothing up his sleeves but looking like he’s put on a little weight.
This past weekend’s Browser’s Bash — Toronto’s new favourite local magic convention — was featured in the Entertainment section of today’s Toronto Star. You can read the article by Megan Dolskihere.
Browser’s Magic Bash is an annual massive meetup for 400 mostly local and a few international magicians. Here, amateur and professional escape artists, mentalists, comedians and prestidigitators convene for a quasi-networking, quasi-educational get-together that is really more like a massive family reunion than anything else.
The most important revelation at the end of the article: