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David London's Magic Outside The Box

David London's Magic Outside The Box

Join David London on a journey to someplace else.

Combining magic with storytelling, comedy, puppetry, surrealism, philosophy, and that which cannot be defined, David's Magic Outside The Box Cabaret Show presents an original show of magic unlike anything you have experienced before.

Featuring excerpts from his previous theatrical productions, this show 75 minute show is packed full of laughs, mystery, and the unexpected!

Recommened for ages 16+.

Presented in association with Rapid Lemon Productions.

Tuesday, August 22 @ 8pm
Wednesday, August 23 @ 8pm
Close-up Magic show at 7:15PM (extra ticket required)

TICKETS: $40 General Admission, $20 for Students, artists, seniors and wizards, $60 VIP First Three Row Seating, $80 VIP First Three Row Seating + special pre-show meet & greet and close-up magic show!

ABOUT DAVID LONDON: David discovered that he was a magician at the age of seven, and has since spent over 20 years trying to figure out just what that means. He has created five original theatrical magic productions including Cerebral Sorcery, ...Art of Dreams and The Adventure to the Imagi Nation, and authored eight manuscripts related to magic and illusion, including Daydreams, Borderland State, and Imagining the Imagination. He regularly performs his unique style of magic at theaters, museums, galleries, festivals, and private events, and has presented his shows, workshops and lectures throughout the United States.

For more information on David and his magic, please visit

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Event Details

Tuesday, August 22, 2017, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Wednesday, August 23, 2017, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM
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06/30/17 to 08/23/17

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What Others Are Saying

"Our favorite mad genius magician" -Washington Post 
"Full of inventive wonder" -Philadelphia Weekly
"More Cocteau than Copperfield" -New City Chicago
"Unbounded imagination" -Asheville Grit
"The Disillusionist" -Washington City Paper