Norden the Magician will be the next performer at Monday Night Magic on Oct. 20.

Monday Night Magic returns to Mission

October's featured performer will be Norden the Magician

Mission magician Mike Norden will be headlining the next Third Monday Magic show on Oct. 20 at the Opening Nite Theatre.

Norden the Magician and his partner the Great Gordini were crowned Children’s Entertainer of the Year at the last show.

The pair, who teamed up for the first time, beat out six other magicians from the Fraser Valley area.

This is Norden’s ninth consecutive title.

“Competing with a partner gave me an extra challenge this year, but it paid off immensely,” Norden said. “The other acts were probably the best competition I have had since competing, and I think it was only with the help of Gordon and the comedy byplay the duo act provided us that we were able to come out in first place.”

The theme for Monday’s show will be Halloween. An award will be given out for the best costume.

Tickets for the show are available at fvmc.ca or at the door. For more info call Mike 604-916-9879.

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