Russell Fox Magician Insane & Village Place Cafe presents Experiments: the dinner theatre experience that will not only leave you in awe, but send you home confused and inspired all in one little bundle.
But to understand this, you’ll just simply have to watch the show, and of course, eat the food and drink some coffee.
But do this before the show starts, so you don’t find yourself eating and gasping in sheer shock and confusion, from utter disbelief of Russell’s insane psychological, persuasive and influential abilities while watching the show causing you to choke and pass out. ‘Cos If you pass out you’ll miss it, and it’s all so damn amazing you won’t want to miss a second of the entire show.
Russell Fox Magician Insane Africa’s only Insane and Inspiring Mentalist,
Perceptionist and Psychological Illusionist brings you the first mind blowing show directed, produced and inspired over, under, in and around coffee, with way too much caffeine, So it just made sense that the show should be performed in coffee shops, and so the story begins.
With the cost of sending his daughter to school, crossfit, gymnastics, clothing her, feeding her ongoing bottomless pit, pocket money, iPads, music lessons, treats, daddy dates, camping trips, driving her to and from anything and everything, plus the exorbitant prices of birthday presents, Christmas presents that Santa didn’t pay a damn cent for, the tooth fairy, easter bunny and every other freaking fairy tale that came to life by the influence of some corporate retail schmuck, that saw an opportunity to bleed parents dry of their hard earned cash, so that even Russell could not afford to take his wife to theatre.
So with that in mind, he realised, well If he could not take his wife to theatre, well perhaps there were other broke ass poor parents, wanting to take their wives to theatre, but could not afford it either and being the Mentalist he is, he decided to bring theatre to them, and what with dinner included, at a price they could all afford, thats crazy right. Free Parking too, oh Gosh now we can afford to hire a baby sitter.