Melbourne magician, illusionist and escapologist Dane Williams, aka ‘Dane Certificate’, is bringing his unique style of magic to the Southern Riverina.January 21, 2013 4:10am
Melbourne magician, illusionist and escapologist Dane Williams, aka ‘Dane Certificate’, is bringing his unique style of magic to the Southern Riverina.
The 29 year-old (pictured), who recently opened a magic theatre in Brunswick called Dane Certificate’s Magic Tricks, Gags & Theatre, will perform in the local area from next week.
Dane’s two week street magic tour started on Monday, and he’ll be in Finley and district from January 21.
He said the aim of the tour was to bring the performance to people who could not come to him.
‘‘Why not bring the magic to the people who cant come to the city?’’ he said.
‘‘I will approach you on the street and show you something impossible – something you have never seen before.’’
Dane specialises in straitjacket escapes and card tricks, and invents his own tricks.
Keep an eye out for Dane in Finley on Monday and throughout the week, and make sure to visit his website - www.danecertificatemagic.com.au - for more information.
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