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Luck and Charms: A Curious Afternoon of Magical Mysteries Starring Joe M. Turner

Luck and Charms: A Curious Afternoon of Magical Mysteries Starring Joe M. Turner
Jul 07 2019 | 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Luck and Charms: A Curious Afternoon of Magical Mysteries Starring Joe M. Turner

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Joe M. Turner is one of Atlanta's best-known magicians and mentalists, having performed at thousands of corporate events, on cruises, in theatres and at private events across the country and around the world. His skills as a sleight-of-hand artist have led his peers to vote him Greater Atlanta Magician of the Year... three times! He has appeared at the Hollywood Magic Castle and is usually featured in the Parlor of Prestidigitation showroom. On this amazing afternoon at the Breman you'll enjoy Joe's one-man show and experience his charming style of magic for the eyes and for the mind.

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