Renowned mentalist to captivate audiences this Easter

Roy Zaltsman. PHOTO: www.youtube.com

IF you are fascinated by magic and mind games, then book your seat for Roy Zaltsman’s upcoming show. Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom is bringing the world renowned magic-man and mentalist to KwaZulu-Natal during the upcoming school holidays to wow audiences with his amazing repertoire of magic, mentalism, mind reading and tricks of the mind. He will perform his show, Beyond Belief, at the iZulu Theatre on 14 and 15 April, 2017.

“This is a mind game you don’t want to miss playing. Expect to be dazzled by his awe-inspiring, entertaining and thought-provoking brand of magic and mentalism, not to mention a number of cool card tricks,” said Janet Pillay PR and Promotions Manager.

Zaltsman is one of the world’s busiest working mentalists shuttling from Israel to India and from Spain to the U.S with many countries in between. Zaltsman’s electrifying mind reading feats delivered with his inimitable charisma and flair have captivated audiences worldwide.

In his captivating shows, he interacts constantly with his audience through abilities such as advanced intuition, telepathy and clairvoyance to create an astounding experience for all crowds. Tickets are on sale at Computicket and the Sibaya Box Office and are priced from R130 per person.

For more information visit www.suninternational.com or follow Sibaya on www.facebook.com/yoursibaya or on Twitter @SibayaCasino

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