The Amazing Bubble Man Mixes Art, Magic and Science
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The last date listed for The Amazing Bubble Man was Sunday January 18, 2015 / 11:00am.
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Featured review from robert
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ok get ready to spend $15-20 on parking if you dont find a place on the street. Super expensive parking. Venue is great and your kids will love the show. Even for parents it was interesting . The price is great and the bubble man was pretty funny. We went on a Sunday so the place was full. I got stuck behind a kid who kept playing with my hair and yelling in my ear and jumping all over me and the parents did nothing. Great show for under 7 for kids.
Plenty of restaurant parking.
Be careful because after the show mr bubble man starts selling stuff for kids and all the kids want the bubble blowers and he gets you on $10.00 small bottle of soap suds.
Over all it was worth the money and it was fun. Even 10 year old kids will like it .
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The venue is very small only 6 rows of seating, seats are comfortable (padded) with lots of leg room. The bubble man was pretty cool, I really enjoyed the show as well as my 13yr old son. The show was about 1.5hr long, it seemed he would have gone...continued
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About the Ticket Supplier: Edgemar Center for the Arts
Theatre, dance, music, film, and visual arts come together in one place. Students and seasoned professionals perform side-by-side—their work is a culmination of workshops, rehearsals, and collaboration across disciplines. This is the purpose and the realization of a Center for the Arts. Nestled between a cafÃ©, salon, retail shops, and an annex of the Museum of Contemporary Art store, Edgemar Center for the Arts is the anchor of the Edgemar complex on Main Street in Santa Monica. The interior courtyard provides a hub for activity and a cross-pollination of artists, businesses, residents and visitors to this beachside destination. The complex is a stop on the tour of local gems designed by architect Frank Gehry.