July 7th 2013
OVER 18's ONLY
Tickets £8 +bf
An evening of magical wonder, breath-taking burlesque and hilarious comedy - all in one show!
Following on from a successful run of shows last year, The Trickery returns, bringing you the best vaudeville and variety acts from all over the world. Ranging from mind readers to exotic dancers, from stage pick-pockets to close up magicians and everything in between. This unique show will leave you feeling astounded, amazed and thirsty for more.
July brings you the phenomenal Fritz Alkemade. A huge star in his native Amsterdam, Fritz has several television appearances, many awards and is in great demand all over the world! A natural showman with effortless charm, Fritz will delight you with his magic. The routine that he will be performing is specifically designed for The Trickery and will never be performed again. A true joy to behold, and a genuinely nice guy as well.
Supporting Fritz will be Iain McCarron. Regular host of The Trickery, Iain will be performing his unique brand of magic in what will be his own performance debut!
Aurora Winterborn will be providing the Burlesque entertainment on the night. From Edinburgh and she has been on the scene since 2006, she also co-founded pole dancing troupe, The Kamikaze Girls, in 2008 - a prominent feature on the Scottish neo-burlesque & cabaret scene. Aurora only returned to being a solo burlesque performer in October 2012 and has since then gone on to win a range of awards, which includes the Best Concept Award at The Varietease Tea Time Tassel Off in Leeds earlier this year for her act Mars Attacks, placing 2nd overall. Finally, Aurora has been running here own critically acclaimed cabaret show since 2011, Aurora Winterborn's Candid Cabaret based in Edinburgh.
More acts to be announced soon!
The Trickery, do something different!
For more information visit www.thetrickery.co.uk
Wednesday 19 June
Fritz is a must see. You are assured of a night of laughter, followed by tears of laughter, amazement and sheer brilliance. Do not miss the chance to see him, because who knows when an act this brilliant will return.