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Sun 8 Jul 2018, 7:30pm–9:00pm

Where: The Melba Spiegeltent, 35 Johnston Street, Collingwood, Victoria

Restrictions: 15+

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $26.33 ($25.00 + $1.33 fees)
  • Concession: $26.33 ($25.00 + $1.33 fees)
  • Group 10+: $21.26 ($20.00 + $1.26 fees)
  • Eventfinda tickets no longer on sale

Listed by: timqxt

MagicSports is Whose Line Is It Anyway? for magicians!

Improvised Magic - created on the spot, live, right in front of your eyes!

It is the most hilarious, insane, crazy show you've ever seen and, if you don't believe me, read these reviews (then buy a ticket fast because it does sell out!)

This event contains: Language &/or Adult themes

MagicSports at Melbourne Magic Festival 2017

MagicSports is a wonderful opportunity for magicians to show their comedic side. It’s TheatreSports, but using magicians instead of actors and with magical objectives as well as theatrical ones. The end result is entertainment unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.

Tim Ellis, MagicSports’ creator, took charge of herding the teams of magicians about. Audience members were, as usual, asked at the beginning of the show to contribute small items to be used in the big finale trick for each team. Tim was not averse to resorting to non-magical tricks too: After all, an audience being thrown handfuls of Fantales is a happy audience. In a modern twist from previous productions, the judging panel was replaced by audience vote over the web.

This year’s epic battle of magic saw ‘The Delusionists’, comprising David Chandler, Josh Staley, and Nick Kay (aka Nick Kesidis), take on ‘Two LAs and one LJ’, who were Simon Coronel, Anthony DeMasi, and LJ. Just as in TheatreSports, there’s a series of games — but here they all involve magic. Audience members gave their input to Tim concerning thematic elements, such as activities or items involved, and he chose which ones the magicians would have to use in the next skit.

90 minutes of hilarity ensued, with extremely close scoring between the two teams. Josh got to be David’s hands. Simon managed to do a rope trick involving shampoo. A purple balloon toothbrush left the audience laughing unstoppably. I know it’s a cliché, but you just had to be there. The awesome manic silliness just defied explanation. The audience-provided props also ensured that the grand finale tricks were as unusual as they were impressive.

Even the short intermission was a unique experience. Tim presented the classic Chinese linking rings illusion. He asked for random music from an audience member’s phone. My +1 provided hers, so we were treated to Tim performing to K-pop.

The variety and absurdity of MagicSports makes it not just one of the best magic shows you’ll see all year, but one of the best shows of any type. If you go along — and you should — you won’t see dubious purple balloon toothbrushes, but I’m sure you’ll see something just as memorable.

– Craig Macbride, The Plus Ones

Book one or more Adult tickets for three different eligible performances to receive a whopping 20% discount on your tickets (excludes previews, $12 Tuesdays and Saturday performances). Tickets must be purchased in one transaction.