For $195, today's side deal gets you an in-home magic show performed by magician Ash K. the Pretty Good, who was recently voted 2010's Best Arts and Entertainment/Theatre Group on the San Francisco Chronicle's Baylist. This deal is valid for a kids' deluxe magic show lasting 30 minutes for 4- to 6-year-olds or 45 minutes for ages 7 and older, with one magic-trick gift for the birthday boy/girl/goblin and ten minutes of close-up magic for the adults. You can also use this Groupon for the 90-minute Strolling Magic for Adults, which may be used for corporate events as well. You may buy two Groupons and combine them to double the length of the show. Ash is available for performances Sunday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., or 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. for the Strolling Magic show.
As the self-proclaimed second-funniest magician in the Bay Area, Ash K. the Pretty Good has been a professional magician for over 20 years, providing "taller, funnier, and foreigner" magic shows to crowds of all sizes and wrinkle counts. Check out videos of Ash in action to witness his skills and sense of humor. Ash K. will travel anywhere in San Francisco for no additional charge, and up to 50 miles outside that for $0.50 per mile. Visit Ash K.'s website to schedule an in-home show for an upcoming birthday, block party, or random gathering of neighborhood residents.
New clients only. Maximum audience size is 30 people; $5 fee per person over that. Not valid on major holidays. No audience size limit for corporate events.
- My wife brought Ash K. to our Fourth of July party and all I can say is Wow! – Bill S., Yelp
- The kids in the audience loved being involved in the performance, and the intimate setting really enhanced the experience. Totally. Awesome. – Beth T., Yelp
- His gift for interacting with children was fantastic to witness; he included children and adults in his act, and entertained all equally. – stingfowls, Citysearch
The multiple award-winning funny comedian, Ash K. entertains audiences with magic shows ranging from house parties to corporate events. In 2010, he was voted the Best Arts and Entertainment/Theatre performer on the San Francisco Chronicle's Baylist, which he celebrated by turning every section in the newspaper into the funnies. Once described by a reviewer as a mash-up of Borat, Harpo Marx, and Emo Philips, the celebrated performer has delighted spectators with his sleight-of-hand magic, physical comedy, Eastern European accent, and his subversive use of the English language. Click here to see a video of Ash in action.