Gluttony’s The Bally, Tue Mar 3
Simon Coronel, an unassuming illusionist, who doesn’t use pizzazz and sequins to blind us, presents true ‘glitches in reality’. We are beginning to feel comfortable in the understanding of how the ‘trick’ is being played on us, as he ‘shows’ us more than once how it could be done, but then, he adds that extra twist where we are left wondering – how in the bleeping heck was that done?
Audience members are required as able ‘assistants’ in his magic and even as the performers of the trick themselves but they, along with us, are left to stand there in wonder also.
One card trick is even shown to us as to how it is done but I would still challenge anybody to complete it just as easily as Simon himself does.
Simon, throughout the show, after performing his illusions, places portions of his props, a lock, a bottle, a pair of scissors etc. to one side until his final trick where he manages to put together all of these props literally into the one ‘Glitch In Reality’- with us leaving The Bally asking each other – ‘So, how do you think he did that?’
For anybody interested in magic and perhaps how some of it is done, get along and see this show.
Glitches in Reality continues at Gluttony’s The Bally until Sun Mar 15.
Book at FringeTIX on 1300 621 255 or adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix. Click HERE to purchase your tickets.