Following sold out shows at Perth’s Fringe World, international mystery performer Pierre Ulric returns to the Melbourne Magic Festival with a new and exciting production, White Lies at the Northcote Town Hall until 15 July 2017.
An enigmatic extravaganza investigating the nature of humans, White Lies delves into the mysterious aspects of the world… and our perception of time itself. Audiences will experience psychological illusions, hypnosis, and visual hallucinations in this dynamic hour long performance.
With a ‘blink and you miss it’ five shows only season, White Lies is entertaining and thought provoking theatrical surrealism at its best. Working from an understanding that magic is a powerful communication and expression medium, his love for mystery performance work has been embraced by delighted, unsuspecting audiences all around the world.
Pierre Ulric migrated to Australia from his native Canadian province of Québec nineteen years ago. He has been involved in the craft for over 25 years and is recognised as an accomplished performer on the scene, having received several peer awards and nominations.
Northcote Town Hall, 189 High Street, Northcote
Season continues to 15 July 2017
For more information, visit: www.pierreulric.com for details.
Image: Pierre Ulric – photo by Jack Hawkins