Showing posts with label Brent Nicholls. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Brent Nicholls. Show all posts

13 May 2020

Canadian magicians in support of Food Banks Canada

Canadian magicians in support of Food Banks Canada!

(Some of you are getting hard to recognize with some of your quarantine hair styling!)

DONATE NOW:
https://www.foodbankscanada.ca/Make-A-Donation.aspx

Thanks for putting this together Brent and Sarah.


From Brent and Sarah's YouTube channel:






01 May 2020

New video project for Canadian magicians

From Brent and Sarah Nicholls:
I hope you’re doing well despite everything that’s going on. 
I’m working on an idea to make a music video that is a compilation of Canadian magicians. It would be something like this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GElP4YdrBE ,
but instead of having you sing I would simply need you to perform a magic effect for the camera. 
WHY?
My intention is simply to create a fun video that showcases Canadian magicians during this strange time where we can’t showcase ourselves properly. I may also add a Facebook tip jar that has all proceeds going to something like Canadian Food Bank. 
IF YOU’D LIKE TO BE INCLUDED:
1. You must be a Canadian
2. You need to be a “working pro” (full time magician)
3. You must submit the clip before May 8th at noon
4. The clip must be no longer than 5 seconds (unfortunately longer videos will not be included)
5. You must include your stage name and city where you live in the body of your email
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR VIDEO:
All you would need to do is upload the clip to your YouTube channel (you can make it “Unlisted" if you don’t want anyone else to see it) and then email me the link at magic@brentandsarah.com before the deadline. 
VIDEO TIPS
The better your clip looks (lighting etc) the more likely it will feature prominently in the video (if you don’t have great lighting in your home consider shooting outside in natural light). Please know that music will be played over the video so audio is not necessary. The magic you perform can be serious, funny, kid-friendly etc.. or if you’d rather just smile and wave that’s fine too. Please ensure your clip is shot in HD.
NOT INTERESTED?
That’s OK, but please feel free to pass this along to any magicians you know who might be. My magician database isn’t the biggest so I would appreciate you sharing since I don’t want to leave anyone out! 
I hope you’re staying safe and sane during this crazy time 🙂
Sincerely,
Brent Nicholls
(Brent and Sarah)



06 February 2020

Oshawa and Alliston: Magic & Music Extravaganza

Oshawa: Feburary 16 - Magic & Music Extravaganza
Alliston: February 17 - Laugh Out Loud Magic


From Brent and Sarah's January 24th Instagram post:
Family Day weekend is only 3 weeks away and we’ve got a show you won’t want to miss!! Our favourite Kid's musicians @teamtandj will be sharing the stage with us for a Magic & Music Extravaganza!! ✨

On Sunday, February 16th we will be celebrating Family Day Weekend at the Regent Theatre in Oshawa 
















01 July 2017

Happy 150th, eh?

Does anyone know what Wes actually did with all the shots in the image at the bottom of this post?


From Brent and Sarah's Facebook page:

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From Wes Barker's Facebook page:


24 April 2017

Midland: Brent and Sarah at Rotary Hall

From Brent and Sarah's Facebook page:

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14 March 2017

Brent and Sarah in "My Kawartha" and "Muskoka Region"

From Muskoka Region:
GRAVENHURST — The Brent and Sarah Comedy Magic Show will entertain Muskoka families March 17 at 7 p.m.

“This is definitely going to be a highlight of St. Patrick’s Day in Muskoka,” noted Ann Curley, operations manager of Muskoka Discovery Centre. “Brent and Sarah deliver a unique fast-paced show that offers a clever mix of mind-reading, illusion, magic. There’s even talk of a daring escape act."

Read more.


From My Kawartha:
The couple’s Laugh Out Loud Comedy Magic Show takes the Academy Theatre for Performing Arts at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 18.

Unlike a traditional magic act, featuring magician and assistant, the husband and wife team take equal footing on the stage; even if Brent turns out to be the brunt of most of the jokes.

Read more.

14 December 2016

Charlottetown: Brent and Sarah at the Jack Frost Children's Winterfest

From Brent and Sarah's Facebook page:

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08 August 2016

Grimsby: Incredibrent at the Grimsby Library

From Grimsby Library's Twitter feed:
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21 April 2016

IncrediBrent and Super Sarah in the Timmins Press

From the Timmins Press:

TIMMINS - IncrediBrent and Super Sarah took to the stage at Timmins Centennial Public School on Friday to wow the elementary school children with magic, comedy and lessons about bullying.
Known off-stage as Sarah and Brent Nicholls, the married comedic duo tours the country doing anti-bullying magic and comedy show for kids.

They did two presentations at Timmins Centennial on April Fool’s Day and it was obvious from the cheering and enthusiastic crowd that all the kids in attendance had a great day.
Jayden Tessier, a nine-year-old at the school, said he learned a lot about bullying and how to deal with it should it happen to himself or one of his friends at school.

“They taught us find your magic, believe in yourself, you aren’t alone and anything is possible,” the young student recalled of the lessons taught by the magicians.

Read more.

04 April 2016

Newmarket: IncrediBrent and Super Sarah

From Tix Hub:
NEWMARKET THEATRE PRESENTS...

The Magic & Comedy  of
IncrediBrent & Super Sarah

Saturday May 7, 2016

Read more and buy tickets.

30 March 2016

Timmins Comedy Festival 2016

From the Facebook page of IncrediBrent and Super Sarah:
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Here's some Big News: On April 2nd, we will be sharing the stage with these other funny folks at the Timmins Comedy Festival! We'll also have our own show at 2:00 in the afternoon on that day.
Posted by IncrediBrent and Super Sarah on Thursday, 18 February 2016


24 April 2015

Brent and Sarah Nicholls in the Cambridge Times

From the Cambridge Times:
In an enchanted world, married magician couple Brent and Sarah Nicholls could wave their magic wands and make all wicked words and bullying behaviour disappear into a cloud of dust.

“Unfortunately, that’s one thing that’ll never happen,” acknowledged Brent, during an interview with the Times this past Tuesday (April 7).                        

Read more.

25 August 2014

IncrediBrent and the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

A reminder that donations to ALS research can be made at ALS.ca

From IncrediBrent's Facebook page:


07 July 2014

IncrediBrent's summer schedule

From IncrediBrent's Twitter feed:

26 April 2014

Fort Erie Times: IncrediBrent and Super Sarah

From the Fort Erie Times:
Behind the laughter and the magic tricks, Brent and Sarah Nicholls had an important message for Stevensville Public School students last Thursday morning.

“We teach students about the four secrets of magic: anything is possible, believe in yourself, you’re not alone and find your magic,” Brent Nicholls said.

The Fort Erie native, known to children as IncrediBrent, travels to schools across Ontario with his wife, Sarah, to entertain children and teach them about the effects of bullying.

“As much as the show is about anti-bullying, it’s about confidence,” Nicholls explained.

“Confidence and bullying go hand-in-hand. Kids who are self confident are less likely to be bullied and they are less likely to bully.”

Nichols said there is a difference between calling someone a name or hurting their feelings and bullying.

“Bullying is when it's repeated. The real issue is when someone is being repeatedly picked on. We make sure to define what bullying is, and not just anything is bullying,” he said.

The show is meant to empower students and give them the tools to deal with bullying.

Read more.