LIVERMORE — Former finalists on “America’s Got Talent” and the 2017 Academy of Magical Arts’ Stage Magicians of the Year, The Clairvoyants will present their mind-reading, mind-blowing magic at the Bankhead Theater on Sunday, Feb. 24, at 3 p.m.
Tickets are selling quickly for The Clairvoyants single performance at the Bankhead, 2400 First St. The $20 regular ticket level is already sold out, although discounted tickets for students and active military personnel are still available at that price. Tickets range up to $80. For tickets call 925-373-6800 or go online at www.lvpac.org
Thommy Ten and Amelie Van Tass fascinate, astonish, puzzle and thrill their audiences with a show praised by the Digital Journal as “One of the best live magic experiences ... able to blow all the skeptics away.”
Born and raised in Austria, Thommy Ten and Amelie Van Tass met in 2011 and within a year had developed a full-length show built on their remarkable “second sight” skills. They created an entertaining and unforgettable show that offers elements of clairvoyance, modern masterpieces of trickery, and thought-provoking fun. They began touring and were soon offered a featured spot as part of “The Illusionists,” the largest touring magic show in the world.
By 2015, the two had been named Germany’s “Magicians of the Year,” as well as “World Champions of Mentalism,” a prize that had not been awarded in 30 years. The following year, they were finalists in “America’s Got Talent,” earning them new fans and followers. Among other amazing moments, they correctly revealed while on camera the numbers on a credit card from judge Simon Cowell’s wallet. In 2017, The Clairvoyants were named Academy of Magical Arts’ Stage Magician of the Year at The Magic Castle in Hollywood.