A truly magical Christmas present ideaPosted on: 20 Dec 2022
There are only five days to go until Christmas and the much-loved comedy and theatre venue Smoke and Mirrors has got the perfect gift for your loved ones.
Smoke and Mirrors are offering Print at Home Gift Certificates, the perfect last-minute present for those who enjoy a healthy dose of live entertainment.
Gift Certificates are available for values £5, £10, £25, £50 and £100. All certificates have a long expiry date so can be used for any future show bought through the Smoke and Mirrors website.
Grab yours here.
With the Print at Home Gift Certificates, attendees will be able to marvel at the tricks of house magicians Richard Newman, Daniel Chard and Mark Bennett (also the venue owner), split their sides watching regular host and Bristol favourite Dani Johns or enjoy a live set from local musician Billy Driscoll.
Smoke and Mirrors is the only Boutique Pub and Magic Theatre in the UK. Situated on Denmark Street, just around the corner from The Bristol Hippodrome, t is a place of wonder for anybody who loves magic, drinks, and a fun atmosphere.
As Bristol’s number one attraction on Tripadvisor, Smoke and Mirrors is the perfect venue for friends and families alike to have a pre-theatre drink or a magical night out. Over the years, the venue has welcomed some of the celebrated UK comedians such as Russell Howard, Alan Carr, Jon Richardson, Rosie Jones, Helen Bauer and Romesh Ranganathan
In addition to appearances from prominent comedy acts, some of the world’s most renowned magicians have performed, the likes of Colin Cloud, Fay Presto, Katherine Rhodes, Jeff McBride, Jamie Raven and Mandy Mude have all made the pilgrimage to the central Bristol venue.
Print at Home Gift Certificates are available from the Smoke and Mirrors box office.
The venue also has its own merchandise which could also make for perfect Christmas presents, find out more here. For more information about what’s coming up at Smoke and Mirrors, head to the venue website.
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Stan is a born and bred Bristolian, recently graduated from studying English Literature in Sheffield. His passions are music and literature and he spends the majority of his time in venues all over the city, immersing himself in Bristol’s alternative music scene. A lifelong Bristol City fan, Stan’s Saturdays are spent watching his team both home and away.