The Most AMAZING live theatre in Kingston
Thursday February 6 7:30PM
Show run time: 75 min
The Coach House Pub
421 Union St. Kingston, ON
Incorporating uproarious comedy and unbelievable mysteries David Johnson creates a hilarious and unique presentation that never fails to blow the audience away. By blending the art of Magic with the study of psychology and human nature, with a disarming sense of humour .... some would say, David Johnson (is) "SLEIGHTLY OFF THE WALL!"
This show is an experience that is intelligent, interactive, sophisticated, witty and at times laugh out loud funny. "SLEIGHTLY OFF THE WALL” is is a 75-minute program of innovative and theatrical sleight-of-hand magic, packed with incredible audience participation. Imaginations are captured and stretched to the breaking point, as your deepest thoughts are revealed and minds read. (NO not those thoughts!!!) Performed in a parlour setting for a small exclusive audience, in an intimate setting.
Tickets starting at $24.50 get YOURS now!
*although this show would be enjoyed by anyone, persons under 16 are not permitted!
This is your opportunity to experience the show that built Kingston Magic Theatre!
"Astonishment & Wonder!" The Close Up Magic of David Johnson showcases magic, the way it truly should be!
This 2 Act presentation was written and produced to give you the incredible experience of witnessing pure professional close up sleight of hand magic, while being swept into a world where everyday worries are no concern!
This is the show that Kingstonians have raving about... "the most amazing show in Kingston", "a must see!" and pushed Kingston Magic Theatre to number 3 of Shows and Concerts in Kingston on TripAdvisor.com
Secure your seat NOW and experience true "Astonishment & Wonder"
Sunday, January 19th 2PM
"FANTASTIC SHOW,... a consummate professional!"
"Mesmerising... From start to finish. First class entertainment!"
"... the magic is excellent! A lovely evening, certainly worth the ticket price!"
"my husband and I were amazed by your professionalism, calibre and stage presence. We have been to The Magic Castle in Hollywood and you Sir should be there!"
"David is a true professional and the audience LOVES him!"
"Last night's performance was simply AMAZING!!! A must see show. You will not be disappointed!"
"This show was brilliant! It was very high value entertainment for the ticket price and a night I will not soon forget about!"
”I really recommend this show to anyone looking to have their minds blown and top tier comedy to go with it!.”
"The magic will blow your mind, don’t miss the opportunity to experience this show. I give this show my top review!"
“You were outstanding, my group thoroughly enjoyed your performance, very entertaining and I would highly recommend your show to anyone !”
“…great show, completely amazed. Loved every minute of it!”
“…full of laughs, wonder and absolutely pure magic!”
"Your spirited and vibrant personality paired with awe-inspiring magic left our guests, volunteers and staff amazed and wanting more."
"David, that was truly mind blowing...Amazing!"
"You were better than any performer we had before. Everyone enjoyed themselves. We will absolutely have you back again next year!"
Astonishment & Wonder is proud to debut it’s Kingston's premier at the Coach House Pub, an iconic facility in Kingston, ON since 1841.
The Coach House Pub of the Roselawn House combines the elegance and charm of Kingston’s historic limestone architecture nestled in the newly renovated Donald Gordon Conference Centre. Featuring 80 well-appointed onsite rooms accompanied by all of the modern conveniences of a world-class establishment. Come for the show and stay for the night!
Come early grab a great seat and enjoy a cocktail or beverage from the bar! *Table side service is not available during the performance.
Coach House Pub
Donald Gordon Conference Centre
421 Union Street
The Roselawn House was built in 1841 by David John Smith who resided at the property until his death in 1848. The house bought at auction by Henry Smith Jr and sold in 1888 remained in private hands until the late 1940’s. From 1948 to 1969, it was the official residence of the Commandant of the National Defense College until it was acquired by Queen’s University. After extensive renovations, the building reopened in 1974 as the University’s Centre for Continuing Education. The facility now operates as the Donald Gordon Conference Centre.