'Magic + Science = A Defiance Of Gravity And Nature'. Expect the unexpected, in Kevin Quantum’s show Anti-Gravity. The force is strong in this one, with the show truly highlighting and demonstrating Quantum’s magical prowess.
Labelled ‘Anti-Gravity’, the show garners high expectations, which are more than certainly surpassed. Man was on the moon in 1969 and now in 2018, Kevin Quantum defies gravity and levitates both on stage and in audiences’ hearts. The mystic and art of the unknown leaves a lasting impression on most, with the show being quite the tease on both the eyes and the mind of viewers.
Where Quantum truly shines is his professionalism and passion for his craft. While much isn’t left to the imagination in today’s society, Quantum draws on the fantasy and imagination of the audience. As viewers, you truly sit back in awe and amazement, as the magic presented both inspires and engages you. An enthusiasm lacking in many is ever present in Quantum’s ability to draw upon your senses.
The show is filled with various tricks and connotations of magic, along with a recurring theme of science throughout. It's an interactive experience filled with audience participation, even giving you the chance to learn a thing or two about the wacky world of physics. Geared towards a family audience, the show has even the most mature of adults feeling like a child, charmed at the possibility of seeing a rabbit jump out of a hat. Sometimes we all need a bit of magic in our lives, let your imagination run wild at ‘Anti-Gravity’.
Tickets to Kevin Quantum's Anti-Gravity can be purchased here.
Rating: 4/5 Stars
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