Mo brings the magic to KZN

2018-07-10 06:00
Magician extraordinaire Mo Magic.PHOTO: Supplied

Magician extraordinaire Mo Magic.PHOTO: Supplied

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SOUTH African magician extraordinaire Mo Magic brings his live show to Butler’s Hillcrest for the very first time on Sunday, July 15, at 3 pm.

It’s suitable for the entire family ages eight and up, and the matinée performance at Butler’s Restaurant is ideal for the school holidays.

The electronic engineer turned entertainer resigned from his career as a project and customer manager in 2010 to pursue his passion for spreading joy and delight through the art of magic on a full time basis.

Since then he has featured regularly on TV, radio, and stages internationally.

He is well known for his popular TV series on SABC3, titled Magic with Mo, which rose to being the second most watched South African show on the channel.

Critics and fans alike praised the show and TVSA wrote “Magic with Mo pulls out an ACE for SABC3.”

The magician will also use the show to introduce his new DVD, Learn Magic with Mo Magic, to Hillcrest audiences. This is a beginner DVD aimed at inspiring and teaching those with an interest in learning the art of magic.

The DVD features 10 amazing, easy-to-learn tricks with playing cards, coins, money and other everyday objects that children and adults can use to entertain their friends, family and colleagues.

In addition to the entertaining tricks, the DVD features Mo’s insight, knowledge and guidance on practicing, choosing volunteers and performing, gained thorough his career.

These DVDs may be purchased at the show at an introductory price of R 200.

Win Win Win

The Hillcrest Fever, in conjunction with On Fire Comedy, will be giving away five double tickets to the show.

To win, log onto the Hillcrest Fever Facebook page, like the page, share the post and comment with the name of the comedian who will be performing on the night. Competition closes on Monday, July 9, at 10 am. T&C’ s apply.

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