Qormi, Malta (PressExposure) January 25, 2012 -- Amid the streets of Qormi, tucked away within the walls of an authentic 18th century farmhouse is a secret chamber, once the meeting place of medieval wizardry, that has been transformed into a 30 seat theatre now occupied by international illusionists Brian Role' and Lola Palmer who have both have embarked on a mission, to provide a regular permanent attraction, unique in Malta, especially for those who love mystery, magic and illusion.
"After travelling the world, providing our magic in several countries for these past 12 years, we longed for creating a permanent magical experience, in an intimate venue specifically designed for us, here in Malta." Mr Role' says.
Their show, 'Chamber Of Mysteries', is a dinner and show combination held twice weekly in the newly refurbished intimate theatre styled chamber found at '1743' Razzett L-Antik. The show consists of a mixture of close up-magic, parlour magic, illusion and mind-reading. The theatre has been specifically designed to offer a comfortable setting with unobstructed views from all seats, which was a very important factor for this kind of show.
Mr Role' goes on to tell us: "Thanks to the owners and management of Razzett L-Antik, together with several others who have helped us along the way, our dream has now become reality and we are very excited to be able to share it with those who dare to venture into this unique magical experience!"
The food, served before the show commences, is a mixture of authentically cooked traditional Maltese cuisine, added with copious amounts of wine to complete the experience. After dinner, guests are led to the secret chamber to view several mysteries unfold before their eyes.
"It's a fun packed show, with some very funny moments, great magic and spectacular illusions and we have taken our time to enhance the experience with other visual and audio effects." Ms Palmer tells us.
Mr Role' is a member of Ring 202, the International Brotherhood of Magicians and the Magic Circle of London and has won several awards including first prize in Ring 202's Parlour Magic Competition in 2004. Lola Palmer (Lourdes Camilleri Palmer), who is trained and has worked as a professional dancer for several years, also produced and choreographed several shows in Malta as well as abroad. She has been accompanying Brian on a regular basis during their local and international shows for over 11 years.
The farmhouse has been restored and Razzett L-Antik is fully accessible, equipped with a lift and wide doorways. Once a milling factory, it now specialises in slow food farmhouse cooking.
For more information please visit the website http://www.chamberofmysteries.com