‘Lucid Dreams' by Pierre Ulric

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Performance accessibility

  • Suitable for audiences who speak English as a second Language

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Suitability and warnings: 18+ (Restricted)

Coarse Language:

Occasional

Other Warnings:

Drug use, Smoke Effects, Smoking

Please note:

Show features simulated smoking and contains themes of substance abuse.

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About this event

Fight Club: Dali versus Kafka. A wild 25 minute ride.

A modern human confronts the humdrum of his mundane office life. Will imagination alone set him free?

Using bleeding edge magic and illusion, you are taken through an amazing surrealistic journey. Immerse yourself in a performance that is highly visual, physical, experimental and thought provoking.

Several years in the making, Pierre Ulric is delighted to premiere this brand new production for the first time at FRINGE WORLD 2020.

Previous show 'Confession of A Magician' winner of the Adelaide Fringe Best Magic Weekly Award (2018).
3 x WA Magician of the Year, West Australian Society of Magicians (2003, 2005, 2018).
★★★★½ The Fourth Wall (Previous FRINGE WORLD Act 2018).
★★★★½ The Australia Times (Previous FRINGE WORLD Act 2017).

Presented by:
Pierre Ulric Mysteries

A Perth-based entertainer, Pierre Ulric moved to Australia from his native Canadian province of Québec twenty 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 for his private work and festival shows.

He works from an understanding that magic is a powerful communication and expression medium, and his love for mystery performance work has been embraced by delighted audiences all around the world.

Fringefeed reviews energised by Woodside

  • "Pierre Ulric’s Lucid Dreams is an approachable, fun, and weird magic show that’s part theatre, part dreamscape, and in no part vocal." – Fringefeed
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