The Prague Illusion
Award-winning illusionist Jonathan David Bass has performed all around the world and is now in residence at Prague’s trendy M1 Lounge, an 80-seat venue that offers all audience members an intimate view of his tricks. Most travelers attend a Prague Illusion show independently, with family or friends.
Things to Know Before You Go
The Prague Illusion is presented in English.
Many audience members are invited to go up on stage and participate.
The show is suitable for kids over the age of 12.
Running time is about 110 minutes
Prebooking tickets to secure a seat at this weekly show is recommended.
How to Get There
The M1 Lounge is located in the heart of Prague’s Old Town, just north of the Tyn Church. It’s best to arrive on foot, as the streets in this part of the city are narrow and winding, and not all of them have vehicle access. The nearest metro station is Staromĕstská, about a 10-minute walk away.
When to Get There
The Prague Illusion is performed on Saturday evenings only. Aim to arrive 20 to 30 minutes before showtime to choose a seat and enjoy refreshments.
Black-Light Theater in Prague
As an arts hub, Prague is a great destination for theater and dance enthusiasts. An accessible form of dance-meets-drama, black-light theater utilizes elaborate costumes and sets, ultraviolet light, dance, and drama to tell stories. There are several theaters around Prague that put on black-light shows throughout the week, which are generally family-friendly.
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