Showing posts with label _Richmond. Show all posts
Showing posts with label _Richmond. Show all posts

13 May 2019

Richmond: Vitaly Beckman

From the River Rock Casino:
Fresh off Broadway in New York City, Vitaly Beckman brings his latest and most ambitious production to the stage with An Evening of Wonders on Wednesday, June 5, 2019, to the River Rock Show Theatre.

Hailed as one of the most unique and innovative illusionists in the world, he stumped Penn & Teller on their hit TV show Fool Us

Combining breathtaking visuals with Vitaly’s captivating style, An Evening of Wonders is an interactive theatrical experience that takes the audience on a magical journey. Vitaly blends art and illusion where paintings spring to life, photographs become mini-movies, and audience members see their faces vanish from their own driver’s licenses.

Read more and buy tickets.

[With thanks to The Magic Demon for letting us know!]

09 May 2018

Richmond: A magical evening

See a show with Murray Hatfield, Eric Bedard, and Jeff Christensen on June 16.

From the Facebook page of A Magical Evening - "Celebrate the Child in All of Us":

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30 March 2018

Pauline Kong in the Peace Arch News

Also on the bill for the April 8 show in Richmond, are Oslen Chang, and Will Tsai.

From the March 26th article "Moonlighting as magician, Surrey nurse raises funds for hospital ICU" by Tom Zillich in the Peace Arch News:
On April 8, Kong is producing a Vegas-style event called “FATE 2: The Dance and Illusions of Oslen,” a benefit for the ICU department at the hospital where she works.

The goal is to raise $10,000 for the cause, and Kong said Monday that the show, which is set to play the 1,000-seat theatre at River Rock Casino Resort, is nearly sold-out. For event details, visit

In a related effort, she launched a GoFundMe campaign, called “Magic Show for Surrey Hospital ICU,” with a goal of generating an additional $30,000. A video posted on the fundraising website dramatizes the time Kong landed in hospital as a six-year-old, and her memories of a nurse’s soothing, reassuring voice.

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21 February 2018

Richmond: Oslen and Will Tsai

From River Rock Casino:

Building on success from previous shows, FATE is proud to present another magic show to raise money for the Surrey Memorial’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU). This exciting event will be held on April 8th, 2018 at River Rock Show Theatre in Richmond, BC.

***Donations benefit the Surrey Hospital & Outpatient Centre***

This year’s performers include:
Canada’s Got Talent: Oslen
America’s Got Talent: Will Tsai

TD Canadian Talent Showdown: Fate

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28 August 2017

Richmond: Murray SawChuck

Murray SawChuck, is coming to River Rock Show Theatre on Friday, October 27, 2017. 

From Ticketmaster:
Murray SawChuck, one of the most sought after viral magicians with over 500 million online views, is coming to River Rock Show Theatre on Friday, October 27, 2017. Hailing from Burnaby, BC, Murray is returning to his hometown for one show only. Murray made his mark as a household name when he exploded onto the entertainment scene after his successful run as a semi-finalist on NBC-TV’s “America’s Got Talent.” He impressed judges by producing a Ferrari car from thin air, transforming a girl locked in a cage into a 450 pound tiger and did the largest trick ever on the show by vanishing an entire steam train locomotive in mere seconds.

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13 May 2016

Richmond: "A Magical Evening"

From Celebrate the Child:
We look forward to hosting you at our 8th annual A Magical Evening fundraiser in memory of Jonah and in support of children’s charities.  This year our plan is to support the Village of Bellavista in Ecuador, where we recently visited to work on a fresh water project with Free the Children.  Given the recent disaster in Ecuador, our efforts are even more important.  Please join us in creating “real magic” on Saturday, June 18, 2016 at our A Magical Evening fundraiser!

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26 January 2016

Ty Reveen's BC tour

From Ty Reveen's Facebook page:
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Due to the overwhelming success of our show in Vancouver, we've been booked for 8 more shows in British Columbia. See you in March of 2016
Posted by Tyrone Reveen on Thursday, 21 January 2016

03 October 2015

BC: Reveen The Next Generation

Catch Reveen The Next Generation on the West Coast this month.

From Reveen The Next Generation's Facebook page:
Nanaimo, Port Theatre, October. 25th, 7:30 PM,
Victoria, McPherson Playhouse, October 26th, 7:30 PM,
Campbell River, Tidemark Theatre, October 27th, 7:30 PM,
Courtney, Sid Williams Theatre, October 28th, 7:30 PM,
Duncan, Cowichan Theatre, October 29th, 7:30 PM,
Richmond, River Rock Casino, October 30th, 8:00 PM,

28 December 2014

Richmond: "Celebrate the Child in All of Us"

From Shawn Farquhar's Facebook page:

20 March 2013

Richmond: Penn & Teller

From River Rock Casino Resort:
Friday, March 22nd, 2013

Penn & Teller have performed together for over thirty years combining the art of magic with comedy. And along the way, they have made the hardest trick of all – a remarkable career that ranges from stage to television to three best-selling books – look easy. Since first teaming up in 1975 when they combined Teller’s silent, occasionally creepy magic with Penn Jillette’s clown college education and juggling expertise, the duo have created an entertainment success story that went from the streets to small clubs to national theatre tours. Their live show has been a hit on Broadway and throughout North America and now has a permanent home at the Rio in Las Vegas. Penn & Teller’s understanding of magic and their ability to relate to audiences with their comedic approach has also garnered serious academic attention … they serve as Visiting Scholars at MIT which is the highest honour bestowed by the school.

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[via Lots of fun, respect in Penn and Teller’s magic moments in The Province]