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TRAVEL & ENTERTAINMENT: “Champions of Magic” Is a Crowd-Pleasing Show that Simply Amazes and Astounds!

Nov 29, 2019
Direct from London’s West End, “Champions of Magic,” comprised of five world-class illusionists, take the stage at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Theatre (1 Taylor Street) through December 1, offering an incredible two hour production that is certain to leave audiences amazed with their incredible interactive magic. This mind-bending show features a cast of top magicians that present incredible mind reading, stunning close-up magic and daring large-scale illusions, including an impossible escape from Houdini’s water torture cell, as well as a mind-blowing prediction that has to be seen to be believed.

The true beauty of this show is that is delights family members of all ages (not recommended for children under 5 years of age due to moments of darkness and loud noises), and will leave you simply amazed. As spectacular as this show is, it also offers a bit of clever and funny as well as mind-blowing amazement. It’s a show that should not be missed.

The show is 2 hours 15 minutes (with 1 intermission). For tickets or more information please visit www.broadwaysf.com.


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