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“Ethereal, atmospheric magic that genuinely terrifies you. I’ve been so excited about this show since our first phone chat around what Harry was dreaming up. This is magic, but not as you know it.”  – Rachel Chant, Festival Director

world premiere

After everything is gone, a creature made of moss suns itself with its blacklight lamp, and revisits stories of long gone life. Somehow this is also a magic show.

Harry Milas is an Australian magician and writer. He has appeared on the Today Show, the ABC, and the Disney Channel, and enjoyed sold-out runs at the Adelaide and Sydney Fringe festivals. He appeared in Offspring as the hapless, lovelorn magician Dave. As a comedian he has won the coveted Cranston Cup twice with his handsome comedy partner Rob Johnson and has performed at the Enmore Theatre, The Old Fitz and The Chaser’s Giant Dwarf Theatre. They enjoyed a sold out season of their show The Recidivists at the Old Fitz at the start of 2020, and were met with rave reviews.

“Make sure you get the chance to spend an hour with this excellent showman. I couldn’t decide whether I wanted to shake him by the hand or burn him at the stake.” ★★★★★ Broadway Baby

“Not just a good writer – their prowess as actors thickens and deepens the comedy.” Sydney Morning Herald

Accessibility Info:

This is a Hearing No Obstacle and Language No Obstacle performance.
Click here for more information about Accessibility at Bondi Festival.

Presented by:

Harry Milas

! Some moments of darkness and frightening sounds, potential for adult themes based on audience interaction. Recommended for ages 12+

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Time: 8:15 pm - 9:05 pm

Duration: 50 mins

Dates: Thu 8 July, Fri 9 July, Sat 10 July

Price: $25

Venue: Wayside Chapel

Address: 95 Roscoe St, Bondi Beach NSW 2026

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