Douglas has been a professional food writer since 1986. He is also an award-winning actor and director in Community Theatre and has been for many years. His blog may be found at: www.urbaneguerilla.wordpress.com
At the edge of reality, everything is possible
Québécois-born illusionist and magician Pierre Ulric now lives in Perth and works here and all over the world.
Pierre Ulric, master illusionist (Photograph courtesy P Ulric)
We are fortunate that he is appearing in Fringe World at three venues in two shows - firstly in a show called Funtastico at the Bento Box at Noodle Palace, 19 Francis Street, Northbridge which runs until Friday February 3rd at 6:20pm with a matinée on Sunday the 29th at 3:40pm.
Tickets for Funtastico cost from $13 and are available from the Perth Fringe website here. Funtastico has a Rottnest Edition at the Rottnest Island Picture Hall, Brand Way, Rottnest Island on Saturday the 4th and Sunday 5th February at 3:00pm. Tickets cost From $11 and are available on the website here.
Funtastic is designed as a show for all ages and children are welcome.
From the 7th February he will be appearing at Ace's Cabaret Downstairs at The Maj in a show called Mysteries at the Maj which runs until February 11th at 825 Hay Street, Perth at 6:00pm.
Tickets for Mysteries at the Maj cost from $36 and are available from the Fringe World website here.
Mysteries at The Maj is designed uniquely for this venue and is suitable for those aged fifteen and over. Food and drink is available during the show at the stageside tables.
If you'd like a sneak preview, a YouTube clip can be seen here.