A Boy and His Deck – 7.50pm Tuesday July 4

 

The multi-award winning show

Dom Chambers’ unconventional approach to magic has flown him around the globe, made him an online sensation, and landed him on a Broadway stage.

A Boy and His Deck is his coming-of-age story.

Playing cards, a mysterious underground legend, and an impossible quest for both approval and individuality – A Boy and His Deck is a hysterical glimpse into the life of an obsessed teenager trying to find his path as a magician.

One thing is certain – you’ll never look at a deck of cards in the same way again.

 

  • 5 performances only! 8.15pm from Tuesday July 4 to Saturday July 8
  • Recommended for 15+ years
  • Mature themes, swearing, drug references
  • Tickets: Adults $35, Concession $28, Child $28, Groups of 8+ $20

 

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REVIEWS

“Messing with your mind and stunning you with tricks that are different to anything you’ve seen before. Chambers is the popstar of card magic!” – Read full review – Hi Fi Way

“It really is astonishing. Some tricks appear to rely on mind-reading mentalism as much as magic. In any event, the outcome is always impressive.”Read full review – Clothesline

“I’m not going to give away any spoilers, but this is a man who, although he practiced most of his card magic in the bedroom, is truly a master of his domain. ”Read full review – See Do Eat Review

Frequently Asked Questions

A: The show runs for approximately 60 minutes with no intermission.

A: This is a show is designed for adults only, however it may be suitable for some 15+

A: You must buy your tickets online. You can even use your phone to buy tickets at the door and our staff are happy to assist. It’s as easy as clicking on the BUY NOW button and presenting the ticket your device, or you can print it out in advance if you prefer.

A: The seating is general admission. So arrive early to get the best seats.

A: Yes the hub is. There are two levels but there is an elevator. Chairs can be moved to accommodate wheelchairs. Let our front of house staff know your requirements when you arrive and we will pre-seat you where possible.

A: Yes we do! When a guest buys a regular ticket, if they have a government issued Companion Card they can also purchase this ticket at no charge for their companion to assist them in attending the show. (Please bring your Companion Card to present to the usher before entry).

A: By tram:
The Queensberry St/Swanston St tram stop is directly in front of Arrow on Swanston.

By train:
Melbourne Central Station (a further 3 minute walk)

A: Good question! There are many parking stations and meters in the area. Click the link below to check out nearby options.

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