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Check out the Family Friendly Magic Show in Philadelphia

South Street Magic is part of Philadelphia’s Magic legacy. It consists of a fully stacked magic shop and performance theater. From amateur to prodigy, everyone will have something to discover at the magic shop. The shop has all the famous classic and modern magic effects like rings, cards, etc.

The theater is a fun place for families to visit and is home to budding magicians from around the area. The theater is open all through the year and has five shows scheduled for every single week. The shows range from a variety of grand illusions to pure sleight of hand and will surely have a performance to remember for the visitors.

What can you expect from the magic event

Mr. Messado is the main attraction of the show at the South Street Magic Theatre. Mr. Messado is a well-known magician in the circuit. His involvement of audiences during his performances sets him apart from other magicians. Mr. Messado is known for the “linking rings” performance. His other recognized performances include the Messado Display and the centrifugal spin.

Audiences are engaged throughout his shows, which makes his performances awe-inspiring. Instead being detached from the exhibition of pure stage magic, the guests are integral part of his shows.

Mr. Messado is always dressed to impress with his top hat and bow tie. During the show, he will also perform other types of magic including stage magic, magic for children, and parlor magic. The show is highly interactive and stimulating, and the whole family can enjoy the special evening.

Tickets: The event price is cheap and is about $7.50 per person.

For more information about the event, please click here.

Event Dates: The event is happening on three different dates during the month of February - on 8, 15 and 22 at 1.30 pm.

Event Location:

South Street Magic,

617 E Passyunk Ave,

Philadelphia,

PA - 19147.

Come, enjoy the family friendly magic show event, and have fun.

* Image courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons.

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