Holiday Installment of Completely Mental

The second exciting installment of Completely Mental will be on Wednesday, December 28th at 8:00 p.m. at The Slipper Room and will feature two of New York City’s finest mentalists, Eric Walton (Esoterica, The Immaterialists) and Patrick Terry (The Magic Hour, WonderShow), and one of Boston’s most talented mind-benders, Rory Raven (Brainstorming).

Eric Walton is an award-winning, critically-acclaimed magician and mentalist whose one-man show Esoterica has been produced Off Broadway in New York City and also in London, and Brighton, England and received rave reviews throughout. The London Times called Esoterica “a masterclass in card magic and mentalism” and Gothamist called Eric “the sharpest knife in the drawer”.

Eric Walton

Patrick Terry is a very talented New York City-based mentalist, magician, and actor with many impressive credits to his name, including a recent and critically-acclaimed portrayal of the legendary showman, Harry Houdini, in Houdini Speaks to the Living at the Hidden Room Theater in Austin. Patrick is also the creator and producer of WonderShow, which TimeOut New York described as “professional mind-f*ckery by some of the most skilled performers in the business”.

Patrick Terry

Rory Raven will be joining Completely Mental all the way from Boston, making him the show’s very first out-of-town guest! A true gentleman and polymath, Rory is an accomplished mentalist, writer, lecturer, and leader of ghost tours, who performs his elegant brand of mentalism at colleges and theaters throughout New England. The Newport Daily News said of his show that, “…you will have a mind-reading, spoon-bending good time.”

Rory Raven

For tickets to the December 28th installment of Completely Mental, please visit

The special holiday installment of Completely Mental will be presented at The Slipper Room, which is located at 167 Orchard Street (entrance on Stanton Street) in New York City, on Wednesday, December 28th, 2016. Doors open at 7:00 p.m., with an 8:00 p.m. curtain. General admission tickets are $15.00 and reserved seating is $25.00. No one under twenty-one will be admitted. Tickets are available at

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