Supernatural stylings of Camilo the magician

Magician Camilo Dominguez will take the stage for three top-notch shows on Oct. 15, 16 and 22 with his latest spectacle, Supernatural.

Camilo Dominguez’s unique creative style combines close-up and stage magic in outstanding and original magic illusions.

Camilo Dominguez’s unique creative style combines close-up and stage magic in outstanding and original magic illusions.

Something supernatural is coming to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre.

Magician Camilo Dominguez will take the stage for three top-notch shows on Oct. 15, 16 and 22 with his latest spectacle, Supernatural.

With his sleek sleight-of-hand style, he will amaze audiences and leave them wondering just how he did it.

Originally from Bogota, Columbia, Dominguez has been performing magic since the age of four years old. Moving to Canada when he was 15, he pursued his career in magic performance and acting.

He went on to complete the production program at Langara’s Studio 58, as well as the Theatre History Exchange in London and has also taken classes at the New York Conservatory for the Dramatic Arts.

Dominguez has had sold out shows across Canada, and even has a song written about him by Vancouver based band Said the Whale called Camilo (the magician), that was inspired when the band members had met him at a party and he blew them away with his talent.

He also has wowed audiences in Chilliwack previously when he joined alongside Shawn Farquhar in Cabaret of Wonders IV. If you did not get the chance to be see his performance last year, now is your chance.

Camilo the Magician’s remarkable sense of humour, incomparable stage magic and original illusions creates a night of laughter and entertainment and a show that will have you believing in magic.

Supernatural is Oct. 15, 16 and 22 at the Cultural Centre at 7:30 p.m. Tickets $25 and available at the Centre Box Office, online at chilliwackculturalcentre.com, or by phone at 604-391-SHOW (7469).

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