Showing posts with label ~London Fringe Festival. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ~London Fringe Festival. Show all posts

19 May 2019

Windsor and London: Keith Brown hits the Fringe

Catch Keith's "Art of Astonishment" in Windsor May 22 - 26 and see him in "At Home On Stage" May 30 to June 8 in London.

Check out this Tweet from Kim Schmidt where she quotes Keith:
"An arrow can only be shot by pulling it backwards. So when life is dragging you back with difficulties, it means that it's going to launch you into something great. So just focus, and keep aiming.”

From Keith's Twitter feed:
A note to subscribers: the content of this post is embedded from another website and is not available to preview. To view the content of the post, please visit Some of the embedded code may be visible in this notification.

25 May 2017

Mike Fisher in the St. Thomas Times-Journal

From the St. Thomas Times-Journal:
Making his Fringe debut, St. Thomas-raised and resident Mike Fisher is a fulltime magician who travels North America with his sleight-of-hand.

Local audiences know him best as Corbin the Pirate Magician. He’ll be on stage 5 p.m. on Canada Day at Pinafore Park. And for the kiddies, 2 p.m. July 28 at St. Thomas Public Library. His calendar is full. (Google him for proof.)

But for the Fringe, Corbin offers a rogue of a different colour, The Charming Cheat, a gentleman con artist who may or may not be peeking as he wins hand after hand playing a new effect, as they are called, he developed based on Texas Hold ‘Em.

Why do we like magic?

Read more.

10 November 2016

London: Keith Brown at the 2017 Fringe (and Rogers TV)

Congratulations Keith, on getting one of the early bird spots for the London Fringe!

From Absolute Magic:
Keith Brown will be performing 6 shows at the London Fringe between May 30 - June 10

And if you wonder what he is all about, you can watch him on this clip from Keith's September appearance on Rogers TV.

03 June 2016

London: A Magic Show

From the Facebook page of "A Magic Show":


Friday, June 3 @ 10:00 PM
Saturday, June 4 @ 1:00 PM
Sunday, June 5 @ 5:30 PM
Tuesday, June 7 @ 8:00 PM
Friday, June 10 @ 10:00 PM
Saturday, June 11 @ 2:30 PM

WHERE: The Arts Project, 203 Dundas St

A Magic Show is the fusion of mystery, wonder, and storytelling in an intimate & interactive theatre setting. Keith uses everyday objects to produce miracles up close and personal. Keith focuses on magic that creates relationships; this is participatory entertainment at it’s finest, magic revolving around you – the audience.

If I invited you and you're not in or around London, my sincere apologies! However, if you have friends or family or know someone would would be interested, please invite them! I would greatly appreciate it.

I will also be playing Windsor ( May 6-15), Orlando (May 17-29), Toronto (June 29-July 10) and Winnipeg (July 13-25) this summer! If you'd like more info about a city, please send me a message!

Read more and buy tickets.

16 June 2014

Keith Brown wins London Fringe Impresario

Congratulations on winning the Impresario Keith!

From Theatre London:
The 2014 Fringe Awards were announced at tonight’s Fringe Fried awards ceremony. The “TiLees” baseball caps, featuring a new logo designed by Walter Sayers, were presented in eight categories; the first five, selected by Theatre in’s team of volunteer reviewers, went to:

Read more.

And from Keith Brown's Twitter feed:

06 June 2013

London: Steve Seguin - Miracle Max

From London Fringe:
Once highly sought after in the world of corporate entertainment, Miracle Max (Steve Seguin) performed his greatest trick when he suddenly disappeared three years ago. Come see his miraculous reappearance in a rare public performance, where magic meets theatre in a dazzling display of sleight of hand, illusion and off-beat comedy.

Read more.

[via Magic Information Canada]

01 June 2013

London: Keith Brown - Exchange

From London Fringe:
Join Keith in an exchange of mystery, wonder and imagination fused together in an intimate, interactive theatre setting. Interactive entertainment at it’s finest revolving around you – the audience.

“I have been doing this for 10 years because I love it. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.”

Read more.
[via: Deborah Fallick]

07 April 2011

London: Keith Brown's "Feats of Mystery"

From Keith's blog:
Here are the showtimes for Feats of Mystery this summer for the London Fringe Festival.

Friday June 17                 5:00pm
Saturday June 18              8:30pm
Sunday June 19                5:00pm
Wednesday June 22          7:30pm
Friday June 24                11:00pm
Saturday June 25              7:30pm

Location: The Arts Project.