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PHANTASMAGORICAL

Sylvia Sceptre | View Performers Biography

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Venue:Cabaret Voltaire, 36-38 Blair Street Edinburgh EH1 1QR
Phone: 0131 247 4704
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Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: Long Room
AUG 2-26 at 12:15 (60 min)
 
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Phantasmagorical

The merrily macabre Sylvia Sceptre presents Phantasmagorical, a show of spooky mindreading and Victorian Spirit Theatre. This is as close as you will get to experiencing the thrills of the Golden Age of Spiritualism. You will witness a supernatural spectacle of stories and magic, swirling with dark whimsy. Sylvia Sceptre, is a character devised by Careena Fenton. She blends storytelling, drama and magic ensuring this powerful piece of theatre resonates in the minds of the audience long after the performance is over.
“Timeless, elegant and beautifully Victorian. Brilliant!" - Reece Shearsmith (Inside number 9, League of Gentlemen).


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July 10, 2018 Buxton Fringe Website
Buxton Festival Review of Phantasmagorical

This show is true immersion into the shadowy world of Victorian gothic spiritualism with magical Spirit Guide, the impish and engaging Miss Sylvia Sceptre.
Wonderfully evocative storytelling prepares believer and sceptic alike for thrills and spine-tingling chills with dazzling magic, mind-reading and psychic demonstration.
Audience members don’t need to commune with the spirits to enjoy expertly performed magic and misdirection from a character created by one of the few female Magic Circle Members.
Trick or treat? Scene or séance? Magic or misdirection? Gift or curse? You decide. But whatever you do, challenge yourself to sit with the shadows in the company of Miss Sceptre before she heads to Edinburgh’s ghostly streets.

David Carlisle
Buxton Fringe, 9 July 2018
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