A death defying illusionist is landing in Darwin next week to wow audiences with his mind blowing live magic show.
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Cosentino shot to fame when he appeared on Australia’s Got Talent in 2011 and has since toured the world with his magic tricks.
The show is a combination of illusions and crazy stunts, which mirror his TV shows.
“You see me reading minds and putting my life on the line in death defying escapes,” he said.
“It is so powerful when you see the live show.
“When you are sitting in the audience and you can see I haven’t pre-arranged anything, it is tangible.
“You will think, ‘yeah this is happening right under my nose’, and it’s baffling, mind blowing,” he said.
The ‘International Magician of the Year’ said his Darwin performance is a culmination of his best tricks and acts wrapped up into one show.
“The show is 100 per cent something people in the NT have not seen before,” Cosentino said.
“I have developed over the past 10 years from when I was in Darwin last.
“I have toured the world, had four prime time TV shows with Channel 7 and I am a children’s book author.
“The show is edgy and creative,” he said.
Cosentino is travelling to the Top End with an eight tonne truck, and a team of seven assistants and stage crew, and while the show has been condensed some what to fit the smaller stage, he said the audience can get ready for some of his best material.
“This is my first tour back in Australia since 2015, and I am so excited to be here,” he said.
“Expect there to be lots of audience interaction. Expect to be involved.
“The Darwin show has to be different because we are working with a smaller stage, for instance I can’t make a helicopter appear like I do in my other shows.
“But there is something for everyone,” he said.
Cosentino will be performing at the Darwin Entertainment Centre on November 24.
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