Ann Arbor Summer Fest Presents ‘At The Illusionist’s Table”

. June 1, 2018.
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The Ann Arbor Summer Festival presents “At the Illusionist’s Table,” a candle-lit three-course meal hosted by world-renowned Scottish mentalist and storyteller Scott Silven. Twenty-two participants will share the table, from cocktails through dessert, as the illusionist enchants with tales from a childhood in Scotland’s Ochil Hills.

Silven, 29, began by studying hypnosis at age 15 and seeks to create stylish, clever, and uniquely immersive performances that invite audiences to look at the world, and themselves, in an extraordinary way. The New York Times review of the show exclaimed “Wow. Wow. Wow.” $200

Tuesday, June 26 and Wednesday, June 27 | 6:30 PM
Thursday, June 28, Friday, June 29 and Saturday, June 30 | 6:30 PM and 9:30 PM
Sunday, July 1 at 4 PM and 7 PM
Monday, July 2 at 6:30 PM

The Ann Arbor Club | 103 E Liberty St, Ste 300
734-764-2538 | a2sf.org

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