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Fringe Family Fun Factory

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This is a jolly one-hour magic show, filled with clever hocus-pocus, cornball humour and truly awful puns (which are the best kind).

Winnipeg magician Greg Wood is joined by his lovely assistant Oonaugh (Mrs. Woods) and the award-winning prestidigital prodigy Great Scott (11 years old) for some awesome tricks, including the Greg Wood Body Slicer and Wood’s own incredibly expanding head (you just have to see it).

Polished and professional, Wood has a delightful rapport with his audience and keeps the crowd laughing and smiling right to the end.

— Wendy Burke

From the official Fringe Festival program:

A full hour of fabulous family fun. Frightfully funny, a famous magician and his fair-haired, freckled-faced friend will flabbergast you with fantastic, first-class fun.

In their factory, they use flair and finesse to fabricate flashy new-fangled, functional gadgets, formulated to mass produce fits of laughter.

These friendly folks facilitate fantastic, unforgettable fun and are forecasted to be a family favourite.

http://fringefamilyfunfactory.blogspot.com/

Warnings: Potential Uncontrolled Fits of Laughter
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Family Friendly

60 min.

Venue#15 The Argue Building Youth Centre (Calvary Temple) 400 Hargrave St (at Cumberland)

Tickets: $9
Discount Tickets: $5 for Students, Kids (12 & under)

Babes in arms permitted.
 

 

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