Magic, Music, & mayhem
Houston's most intimate, theatrical experience nestled inside one of the world's smallest luxury hotels, La Colombe d'Or.
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CONJURING IN THE GALLERY
As seen on NBC's TODAY with David Copperfield, as the hands of Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the film Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, and as America's 'magician in disguise' on Candid Camera, Houston magician Ben Jackson is bringing his intimate show, "Magic, Music, & Mayhem" to La Colombe d'Or, one of the world's smallest luxury hotels nestled in the heart of Houston's Museum District.
This 90 minute theatrical experience allows guests to witness magic up-close and personal. Flashy props and leather pants have been replaced with quick wit and digital dexterity. Ben's fresh and creative approach has garnered international recognition amongst his peers and repeat performances from business moguls, socialites, and discerning clientele around the country.
Relax in La Colombe d'Or's Art Gallery, sip on your elixir of choice, and witness an evening of elegant deceptions as performed by your host, Ben Jackson. Seating is limited.
Magic, Music, & Mayhem in the press
Who is the man behind Magic, Music, & Mayhem? DOWNLOAD Houston Chronicle's exclusive interview with Ben Jackson to find out!
WATCH Ben Jackson perform live on Houston's KPRC channel 2 in the famous Grand Salon at La Colombe d'Or Hotel.
LISTEN to NPR's 88.7FM Houston Matters' coverage of Magic, Music, & Mayhem.
wine and dine
We encourage guests to enjoy La Colombe d'Or's fine dining experience and premium beverage offerings. La Colombe d'Or's Bar will be open to purchase drinks before and after each show. A favored escape for those seeking a chic retreat, the bar celebrates the art of premium cocktails and fine wine. Find more information and make a reservation here.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Is there a Dress Code?
A: Yes. Cocktail attire is suggested. In order to maintain the proper atmosphere, we request that attendees do not arrive in jeans, sneakers, t-shirts, tank tops or baseball caps.
Q: May I bring my kids to the show?
A: The show is not catered to children. We advise that attendees are at least 12 years old.
Q: Are video and photography allowed in the Art Gallery?
A: During the performance, video and photography are strictly prohibited but, after the performance, we encourage patrons to take and share photos of their experience.
Q: What time do I need to arrive?
A: We suggest arriving 30 minutes before your scheduled showtime. Approximately 15 minutes before showtime, a concierge will announce that attendees may make their way up to the 2nd floor to be checked in.
Q: Where do I park?
A: You may valet your vehicle or park on the street.
Q: When does the show begin?
A: The 7:00pm performance begins promptly at 7:00pm. To give our staff time to turn the room, the 9:00pm performance begins closer to 9:15pm.
Q: How long is the show?
A: The performance runs 90 minutes. There is no intermission.
Q: Where is the performance held inside the hotel?
A: The show will be held in La Colombe d'Or's Art Gallery, on the 3rd floor. PLEASE NOTE: Due to the hotel's historic construction, there is no wheelchair access to the Art Gallery. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Q: Are there restrooms in the Art Gallery?
A: No. The only available restrooms are located on the first floor.
Q: Do I need to bring my tickets?
A: No. An usher will check you in using the ticket purchaser's name.
Q: May I purchase drinks and food? If so, where?
A: Yes. You are welcome and encouraged to come early to La Colombe d'Or to order drinks inside the bar. This relaxing and comfortable cocktail lounge offers a wide wine selection, premiere liquors, and beer. Drinks ARE permitted in the Art Gallery. Additionally, we encourage patrons to experience the fine dining experience of Cinq, located conveniently inside La Colombe d'Or.
Q: Is food allowed inside the Art Gallery?
A: No. But beverages from the bar are allowed and encouraged.
Q: Is there any "blue" material or profanity?
A: No. Ben does not employ suggestive or “blue” material in the performance. Additionally, he will not use profanity. This is a "clean act" from beginning to end.
Q: What is your refund policy?
A: All ticket sales are final.
If you have additional questions or comments concerning Magic, Music, & Mayhem, contact us here.