Giveaway – Double Pass For The Illusionists Direct From Broadway – Melbourne

Win 1 x double pass to see the greatest illusionists in the world!

Magic is mesmerising and what better way to experience it than at The Regent Theatre seeing seven of the worlds most talented magicians? We have one double pass to give away for Tuesday 22nd January, 7pm valued at $178.

I vividly remember seeing a magic show with my family when I was a kid. With my favourite jacket and pants on, I felt amazing and knew it was going to be a special night. Amazingly, Dad was called up on stage to check the box they were going to use for this trick. It was so much fun, the theatre was packed and everyone loved it. Shows like this are a must for all families!

Who is performing?

• The Trickster, aka Paul Dabek, reveals exactly what’s up his sleeve and delves into his box of tricks while cheekily enchanting the audience with jaw-dropping hilarity:

• The Mentalist, aka Chris Cox, a multi-award-winning mind-manipulator whose mischievous sense of magic and wonder has been seen by over 300,000 people internationally;

• Leonardo Bruno, known as The Alchemist, was born into magic as his grandfather was one of the most important magicians in Mexico and Latin America. Daring and unique in style, Bruno will leave audiences captivated and surprised;

• The Showman, aka Mark Kalin, has been one of the most influential magicians of the last decade, bringing his distinctive, amazing large scale illusions to stages across the world;

• The Conjuress, aka Jinger Leigh, is a modern sorceress with a unique blend of elegance and theatricality, which has redefined the role of the magician;

• French-born Florian Sainvet, known as The Manipulator, discovered his calling as a futuristic manipulator and illusionist through his love for science fiction films at his local cinema; and

• Brisbane-born Robyn Sharpe, aka The Warrior; an ex-gymnast whose thrilling crossbow act has been described as “one of the most dynamic and dazzling danger displays in the world”.

All The Details

Performance times: Tues-Sat 3pm & 7pm, Sun 1pm
Where: Regent Theatre, Collins Street, Melbourne
Prices: Adults from $69, children from $39
Tickets: Available from 26 October: ticketmaster.com.au
Website: www.theillusionistslive.com

National dates and locations:

Canberra Theatre Centre, ACT: 6-16 December 2018
Sydney Opera House, NSW: 19-29 December 2018
QPAC, Queensland: 9-19 January 2019
Regent Theatre, Melbourne, Vic: 22-27 January 2019

How can you win?

Follow The Thrifty Issue on Instagram, Facebook or join the Facebook group and leave a comment below telling us what is the best memory of an experience from your childhood. Closes December 12th at 11:59pm. Full terms and conditions here.

4 thoughts on “Giveaway – Double Pass For The Illusionists Direct From Broadway – Melbourne

  1. My best childhood memory/experience is my grade 4 camp where I rode a horse for the first time and shot a bow. I fell in love with those moments. These two things became lifelong passions for me. I went home and learned everything about horses I could find, preinternet meant many library trips with my mum. That camp introduced me to new hobbies I’d never have known about otherwise.

  2. I was 12 and floating in crystal blue water on a beautiful sunny day Attached to my feet were two long wooden boards. In my hands was a handle with a long rope attached. In an instant the rope became taut and I was yanked up out of the water. Before I knew it I was literally skimming across the water on water skis with the biggest smile on my face and my family cheering me on from the boat in front.

  3. My best memory from childhood was the first time I went on the tyre swing strung up over a creek at the bottom of our street. It was absolutely exhilarating and so much fun. And then I don’t remember much at all because I fell off, knocked myself out and woke up in hospital with a broken arm… which was one of the worst experiences of my childhood.

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