At the Illusionist’s Table to Return to McKittrick Hotel | Playbill

Off-Broadway News At the Illusionist’s Table to Return to McKittrick Hotel Scott Silven’s magic and dining experience will return to the home of Sleep No More for a limited engagement.
Scott Silven in <i>At The Illusionists Table</i>
Scott Silven in At The Illusionists Table

The McKittrick Hotel will welcome the return of At The Illusionist’s Table beginning September 15 in the venue’s dining room and performance space, The Heath. The intimate magic and three-course dining experience from Scottish illusionist Scott Silven will return for a limited engagement after playing a sold-out New York City premiere last fall.

At The Illusionist’s Table combines communal dining with mentalism and storytelling. The show will run September 15–October 28.


“My inaugural run at The McKittrick Hotel was a unique alchemy of sorts; the hotel is a love letter to Scotland and together we crafted a singular sensory encounter that strongly resonated with audiences,” Silven said in a statement. “After completing my 2018 world tour, I’m both thrilled and excited to be returning to NYC, and, once again, creating an experience that guests will hopefully find as unexpected and breathtaking as the The McKittrick Hotel itself.”

The meal served during the show will be specially crafted by the hotel’s Executive Chef Pascal Leseac’h.

The McKittrick Hotel is home to the long-running, immersive Sleep No More. The Heath is located in The McKittrick Hotel at 542 West 27th Street.

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