Summer of 2012, in Toronto, Ontario, a local magician helps a man propose marriage to his girlfriend. At first she didn't even want to stay to watch the show, let alone be the chosen volunteer. After a little bit of magic though, the appearance of "Will you marry me" on a card, and a ring in her boyfriend's hand, resulted in the shock of her life.Take a look and see what happens. You can also see more of this as well as other videos at http://magicintoronto.com/toronto_strolling_magicians.html
Magicians are a great addition to holiday parties! Here, Toronto's magic Guy shows off an effect that will be featured in his upcoming holiday shows. Santa is painted across 3 blocks, but one of the blocks just doesn't want to stay where it's supposed to! In this teaser to a fun kids magic show routine, you'll see just a bit of what wonderful things are in order if you invite him to your business or corporate party, or other holiday season event this year.
A closeup illusion performed by Toronto birthday party magician. Here's a quick look at one routine that may be featured in his mingling magic act which is perfect for cocktail hours at weddings, corporate events and other functions. You can see more videos on DailyMotion, or visit http://magicintoronto.com/toronto_strolling_magicians.html
Recorded at a children's birthday party, these selected clips show The Magic Guy making the kids laugh and cheer, all while they're being absolutely amazed! Visit http://www.magicintoronto.com for more information about this kids' magician. Share this video with friends and family who will be planning a party in the GTA, including Mississauga, Scarborough and Thornhill.
The Magic Guy, a popular Greater Toronto Area children's entertainer, performs some of his favourite routines at a birthday party. This video features some clips of the performance so you can see how well the kids react to his show and style. Please check out more about this magician at www.MagicInToronto.com
Magic tricks at a recent children's birthday party in Toronto, as performed by the Toronto Magic Guy. The bottle vanishes, the kids volunteer to help make those scarves change colour and everyone finds lots to laugh along with. You can see more at http://www.magicintoronto.com