Tuesday, 29 November 2022

Magic at the Swan Hill Town Hall

Award winning magician Cosentino is coming to Swan Hill next month.

Cosentino will perform death-defying escapes, mind boggling stage illusions and cutting-edge street magic that will have you questioning your view of reality.

Swan Hill Town Hall’s Sharon Brinkman said Cosentino, one of Australia’s most successful magicians, illusionists and escape artists, would perform at the Swan Hill Town Hall PACC on Saturday, 30 April.

“It will be the best magic show that you will ever see.

“It’s a real coup for Swan Hill to have Cosentino returning to our venue – please book your tickets now and come along for a world-class magic, illusion and escape artist performance right on our own doorstep!” Ms Brinkman said.

Cosentino’s achievements are too long to list. But they include winning multiple Merlin Awards, the highest accolades in the magic industry. This includes both the International Magician of the Year and the International Escape Artist of the Year awards.

He was the first Australian magician to have his own TV shows, having written, produced and starred in eight successful prime-time specials.

This will be a covidsafe event and current COVID-19 restrictions will apply.

For more information about the show, visit www.swanhilltownhall.com, call the Swan Hill Town Hall bookings office on 5036 2384 or visit our facebook or Instagram page.

Please Note:
From 11:59pm, Friday 25 February, patrons are no longer required to wear face masks.
Visitors aged 18 and over still need to have received both COVID-19 vaccinations and provide verification of their vaccination status as a condition of entry.

Currently QR code check in requirements only apply in “vaccinated economy venues”  where you are currently required to show your vaccination status, this includes all Entertainment venues.
All visitors, workers, students, and patrons must still check in to the Swan Hill Town Hall Performing Arts Centre.

This post has been syndicated from the Swan Hill Rural City Council website and was correct at the time of posting.

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