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Raymond Crowe – The Unusualist

Raymond Crowe – The Unusualist

Illusionist * Magician * Hand Shadow Artist
Ventriloquist * Mime Artist * Comedian

Fresh from travelling the world with a sell-out tour of 50 performances with the prestigious international production The Illusionists 2.0 -The Planets Largest Touring Magic Show, Unusualist, Raymond Crowe now brings his own special magic back to New Zealand.

In February 2015 this highly sought-after entertainer returns with his own intimate, extraordinary and unconventional show. Brimming with originality and unusuality; Raymond’s performances appeal to people of all ages. He’ll make you laugh, cheer and gasp with his original breath-taking skills and hilarious audience participation.

Raymond has charmed audiences all over the world. His amazing signature hand shadow piece performed to the Louis Armstrong classic What a Wonderful World, was a global YouTube sensation that has now been seen by an estimated 20 million people.

Originally from Adelaide, Australia; as well as being hugely popular in his own back yard, Raymond is a highly respected artiste in high demand overseas. Some of Raymond's amazing performances include the UK's Royal Variety Performance in front of the Queen, Caesars Palace in Las Vegas for NBC's The World's Greatest Magic and The Late Show with David Letterman.

Leave energised, uplifted and in awe when The Unusualist appears. It’s a must see show for all ages and a night that the whole family will remember for a lifetime.

Tickets will go on sale from the usual ticketing outlets on Monday November 17th @ 12 noon. There are two ticket prices available; an Adult ticket price and child’s ticket price for children aged 12 and under accompanied by an adult. All shows will be early performances commencing at 7.30pm sharp with a short intermission.

Raymond Crowe The Unusualist
New Zealand February 2015 Tour Dates

Thurs 12th Baycourt – Tauranga
Tickets through www.ticketek.com Ph: 0800 842 538

Fri 13th: MTG Century Hawkes Bay – Napier
Tickets through www.ticketek.com Ph: 0800 842 538

Sat 14th: ASB Theatre– Auckland
Tickets through Ticketmaster www.ticketmaster.co.nz Ph: 0800 111 999

Mon 16th: Forum North – Whangarei
Tickets through www.ticketek.com Ph: 0800 842 538

Tues 17th: Founders Theatre – Hamilton
Tickets through www.ticketek.com Ph: 0800 842 538

Weds 18th: TSB Showplace – New Plymouth
Tickets through Ticketmaster www.ticketmaster.co.nz Ph: 0800 111 999

Fri 20th: Regent On Broadway – Palmerston North
Tickets through Ticket Direct www.ticketdirect.co.nz Ph: 0800 224 224

Sat 21st: The Opera House – Wellington
Tickets through www.ticketek.com Ph: 0800 842 538

Mon 23rd: Civic Theatre – Invercargill
Tickets through Ticket Direct www.ticketdirect.co.nz Ph: 0800 224 224

Tues 24th: Regent Theatre – Dunedin
Tickets through Ticket Direct www.ticketdirect.co.nz Ph: 0800 224 224

Thurs 26th: Theatre Royal – Timaru
Tickets through www.ticketek.com Ph:0800 842 538

Fri 27th: Isaac Theatre Royal – Christchurch
Tickets through www.ticketek.com Ph: 0800 842 538

Sat 28th: College – Nelson
Tickets through Ticket Direct www.ticketdirect.co.nz Ph: 0800 224 224

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