Ryan’s magic show receives rave reviews
A Castlemilk magician is selling out shows at one of Glasgow’s most iconic hotels.
Ryan Davidson’s Intimate magic show, Little Mysteries, is continuing its sell-out run as it passes the halfway point of a one-year residency at the Glasgow Grand Central Hotel.
The sleight- of- hand artist and magician has already performed 20 shows to audiences of no more than 15 in the last six months.
And the 29- year- old’s weekly performances are receiving rave reviews – as well as unstoppable demand for tickets.
Described by audience members as ‘astounding’, ‘ mind- blowing’ and ‘a must-see’, Little Mysteries gives smaller audiences a unique opportunity to witness close- up magic, and hear the unique narrative that goes alongside.
The former St Margaret Mary’s pupil, who has studied the art of deception for the last decade, said: “The show has done even better than I could ever have imagined.
“I really enjoy performing to a more intimate audience as they get to see everything as closely as possible and really feel part of the show.
“It’s always been an ambition of mine to have a regular show in Glasgow, and Grand Central was my first pick in terms of a venue – it’s iconic, famous throughout the city and has the vibe I was looking for to fit with the show. I was delighted when they agreed to let me perform every Saturday night for the full year. This is my third one-man show, and it’s definitely been third time lucky.”
Graeme Gibson, general manager of Grand Central Hotel, said: “Having Ryan perform regularly was an easy decision for us, despite this being the first residency we’ve offered since reopening.
“The show is slick and understated, but evokes a great reaction and is memorable for everyone who goes along to watch – so was the perfect fit for the hotel.
“Those coming to the hotel for the show can enjoy dinner and drinks with us before or after each performance – either in Tempus or Champagne Central. We’ve had some wonderful feedback so far, and look forward to welcoming even more people to Grand Central for the next six months of Little Mysteries.”
Little Mysteries is performed by Ryan Davidson every Saturday evening from 7pm at Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow.
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