Band of Magicians

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Sydney Festival

Band of Magicians


Venue

Riverside Theatre

Dates

09 January - 19 January 2014

AUSTRALIA/USA | WORLD PREMIÈRE

A Soft Tread and James Galea production

One year ago, four of the hottest young magicians of the moment met for the first time and the world’s first magic super group was born.

Natural showmen, Justin Willman, Nate Staniforth, Justin Flom and Australia’s own James Galea are the faces of modern magic. Working together they have created an act loaded with outstanding illusions, dazzling deceptions and astounding artistry.

Each member’s fierce sense of one-upmanship drives the whole Band of Magicians to new, increasingly impossible feats, creating magic that draws on their collective talents, far surpassing what one magician can accomplish alone. Keep your wits about you for this one. It’s awe-inspiring entertainment from the finest magic specialists around.

Dates & Times:
Preview:
9 January
Season:
10 – 19 January

Tuesday – Saturday at 7:30pm
Sat and Sunday at 2:00pm
No performance on Monday

Tickets:
Premium $65, Adult (A Reserve) $55, Conc. (A Reserve) $50, Family ticket (2 Adults & 2 Children) $180*
*Transaction fees may apply

For more information:
Sydney Festival 1300 856 876
Riverside Theatres 02 8839 3399
sydneyfestival.org.au/magicians

Photo: Cameron Rad

Check out James Galea making making magic here: http://www.abc.net.au/local/videos/2013/12/18/3914029.htm

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Ticket Options

Premium $65
Adult (A Res.) $55
Conc. (A Res.) $50
Family $180
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60
Screen $1.65
School Bookings $3.30

Duration

Approximately 140 minutes (Including interval)


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