Smoke & Mirrors set to launch brand new Risky Rabbit Comedy & Magic Club events this JanuaryPosted on: 09 Jan 2018
Bristol's premier magic and comedy emporium, Smoke & Mirrors, will launch an innovative new night for professional and amateur conjurers with its Risky Rabbit Comedy & Magic Club on Tuesday 16th January 2018.
The venue has always been at the forefront of magic and comedy in the city and this new night - something of a game-changer and first of its kind in the region - will give seasoned professional magicians the chance to perform new material as well as giving novice and enthusiastic amateur illusionists the exciting opportunity to wow the crowds for the first time. You can also prepare to get your psyche well and truly tapped when local mind readers take to the stage for some spooky displays of telepathy.
Taking place on the second Tuesday of every month from 7.30pm, the night will be compered by Bristol's Mark Bennett. Risky Rabbit Comedy & Magic Club nights are free and you can make a donation at the end of the show. If you fancy taking part as a performer in this original spin on the usual magical showcase, you can reserve a spot by contacting the event team via email.
Smoke & Mirrors is one of the most popular night-out venues in the city, with 2017 racking up a mightily impressive 7500 punters swinging through the doors for one of its awesome events, which include stand up comedy, family magic shows, cabaret, burlesque and, of course, their nightly house magicians dazzling the punters with their astonishing, gobsmacking sleight of hand.
For more information about Risky Rabbit Comedy & Magic Club and to check out other upcoming events at Smoke & Mirrors, visit their website.
Smoke & Mirrors is located at 8 Denmark St, Bristol BS1 5DQ. For any further enquiries, contact 0117 929 0362.
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