Magic is magic is magic, right? Well, yes and no. At Café Roux Cape Town on Tues 9 Oct 2018 you’ll get the chance to get a closer look at – and gain a better understanding of - two significantly separate disciplines when veteran Marcel Oudejans pits his years of visual illusion and sleight of hand skills up against the mentalism and mind-reading of the award-winning Brendon Peel.
From table magic beginnings in his hometown of Port Elizabeth to international stages, award-winning mentalist Brendon Peel is currently touring his latest solo show, Hocus Pocus, around South Africa in 2018.
The number seven is believed to be lucky in many cultures and it is indeed a special one for Monday Night Magic, which returns for its seventh season on October 1, 2018. This time around, the pop-up theatre will be in a new location – the Opera Bar at the newly-renovated Artscape Theatre Centre on Cape Town’s Foreshore.
Fans and players of the DHL Stormers from Cape Town, South Africa, were entertained by the talented Magic Africa Productions magicians before the games & during the 2018 Golf Day.
Capetonian magician Jacques le Sueur chats to CapeTalk's Keenan Williams about magic, adventures, and stealing the late President Nelson Mandela's watch - twice. (Podcast)
Two local entertainers are teaming up to perform at this year’s National Arts Festival which is set to take place in Grahamstown from tomorrow, June 28 to July 8 2018.
Fans of magic & illusion can enjoy 5 different magic & mentalism shows at the 2018 National Arts Festival in Grahamstown.
Capetonian magician Mawonga Gayiya chats to CapeTalk's Keenan Williams about how magic and comedy bring the community together. (Podcast)
Award-winning mentalist and magician Brendon Peel will perform his show "Hocus Pocus" in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 26 May 2018 at the Protea Hotel Port Elizabeth Marine.
The winner of the South African Theatre Magazine "Performer of the Year" 2017, Brendon Peel, was interviewed by the same magazine in its May 2018 Edition. Peel shares the highlights of his career, his earliest memories of theatre, and how his focus on mentalism has played such an important role in his career.