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Famous Scottish mindreader and magician to perform charity show

 

Drew McAdam is helping to raise funds for dementia care

The Eric Liddell Centre is inviting people to an evening of pure mind magic, mindreading and psychological illusion with famous mentalist Drew McAdam.

McAdam is described as a performer of “sheer entertainment” for his audience as they watch the impossible become possible. Drew challenges, questions and plays with his audience as he demonstrates his considerable skills.

The event will take place at the Eric Liddell Centre on the 17 November at 7pm until 9.30pm. Tickets cost £19.50/person, this includes a pre-show buffet with a glass of wine or soft drink, and can be purchased via Eventbrite. All funds will go towards to support the charity’s caring services.

John MacMillan, chief executive of the Eric Liddell Centre, said: “We feel very honored that Drew is giving us the opportunity to raise funds for our dementia day care and other caring services that we provide at the Eric Liddell Centre.

“Drew has entertained members of the Royal Family, international sports stars, astronauts and pop music icons along with movie and TV celebrities and I look forward with great pleasure to welcome him to the centre. “

McAdam said: “I take great delight in performing entertainment that happens in the heart and mind. It’s gentle, light-hearted, fun and intriguing. But the best part is allowing the audience to recapture a nostalgic sense of astonishment. I love that moment when the spectator experiences a childlike sense of wonder, and it shows on their face. It’s magic for grownups."

 

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