Norden the Magician will be one of three featured performers at Monday Night Magic on Aug. 19.

Magic for children

Three magicians team up for next Monday Night Magic

Three award-winning children’s entertainers will be featured at the next Monday Night Magic show on Aug.19.

The theme for this special show will be “magic for kids.” All children ages 12 and under will be admitted without charge when accompanied by a paying adult.

THe lineup includes Tricky Ricky, Norden the Magician, and The Great Gordini. Norden is the only magician in B.C. to hold seven consecutive titles as children’s magician/entertainer of the year from the Pacific Coast Association of Magicians.

Monday Night Magic, organized by the Fraser Valley Magic Circle, takes place on the third Monday of each month on Opening Nite Theatre stage. Tickets to the show are $10 and can be purchased in advance at Abstract Glass or online at www.fvmc.ca. Tickets will also be available at the door.

Opening Nite Theatre is located on N. Railway Avenue, across from the West Coast Express train station.

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