Mind-bending magic coming to Chilliwack

From the minds of Canada’s most popular touring illusionists comes a brand new show: Outerbridge – The Time Capsule Tour.

Ted and Marion Outerbridge have taken the art of illusion to new heights.

From the minds of Canada’s most popular touring illusionists comes a brand new show: Outerbridge – The Time Capsule Tour.

Ted and Marion Outerbridge have taken the art of illusion to new heights by combining it with dance, theatre, and day-to-day life. Audiences of the Chilliwack Cultural Centre will be awestruck on Saturday, March 19 at 8 p.m. when levitations and disappearances take place right before their eyes.

As the recent recipient of the prestigious award, BC Touring Council’s 2010 Touring Artist of the Year, the Outerbridges have definitely earned the title as Canada’s foremost illusionist duo. Their exhilarating performance comes to Chilliwack for one-night only, so be sure to call the Centre Box Office today at 604.391.SHOW and secure your tickets to an evening of wonder and utter excitement.

One of the highlights of The Time Capsule Tour is the prediction of the contents in a time capsule currently on display in the Culture Centre’s lobby.

Ask yourself, “What would you put in a time capsule?”

The Outerbridges have already predicted what audience members would say they would put into a time capsule and have locked their predictions into a metal chest. The locked time capsule chest was shipped to the Cultural Centre several months prior to the performance. On March 19 at 8pm, randomly-selected audience members decide what items the time capsule should contain. Will the contents match when the time capsule is opened?

“I like to create a sense of wonder, give people goose bumps and move them with my magic,” says Ted Outerbridge, life-long career magician.

On March 19, indulge your senses with Outerbridge – The Time Capsule Tour and see time bent right before your eyes. Purchase your tickets by calling the Centre Box Office at 604-391-SHOW(7469).

Tickets are also available online at www.chilliwackculturalcentre.ca.

Submitted by the Chilliwack Cultural Centre

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