Win tickets to watch the magic unfold this weekend

WATCH the IMPOSSIBLE with world-renowned magician and illusionist, Brendon Peel at the iZulu Theater at Sibaya Casino from April 29 to May 1.

Peel entered the world of magic at the age of 15, performing part-time on weekends and school holidays to patrons at the local Spur back home in Port Elizabeth and since then has come a long way.

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He’s graced the stages of Britain’s Got Talent and even received a standing ovation on Romania’s Got Talent. Peel has dedicated the last 12 years of his life to bending people’s perceptions of reality in a humorous and entertaining way.

“The human mind is one of the most fascinating and powerful tools in existence. Yet on occasion, we have the ability to trick our own minds and perceptions,” he said.

IMPOSSIBLE is a show filled with delightful deceptions, fantastic illusions, and mind-boggling mentalism that will leave you wondering if the impossible can for a fleeting moment, be possible.

“Come and watch me weave my magic in an entertaining display of unique psychological experiments, classic magic tricks, as well as feats of true impossibility,” he added.

“This is a show that is interactive and engaging that is unique to anything else you may have to witness before. It is one that will certainly have your brain whirring for a very long time to come,” said Peel.

The show takes place at 19:30 on April 29 and 30 and at 15:00 on May 1. Tickets are available from Ticketpro from R100.

The Northglen News together with Brendon Peel are giving away a set of double tickets to each of the three shows.

Fill in the entry form below to stand a chance of winning. The competition closes on Wednesday at midday.

Impossible April competition

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