Dynamo will be performing live at the Sun Arena at Time Square tonight at 8pm. There are also two shows tomorrow at 3pm and 8pm and one show on Sunday at 3pm.
HE’S WALKED on water across the River Thames and levitated in front of Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, and from tomorrow South Africans will get to witness his tricks live.

This is when magician and illusionist Steven Frayne - best known as Dynamo - comes to Pretoria as part of his Seeing is Believing Live SA Tour.

Capital city dwellers will be the first to witness his tricks as he kicks his tour off at the new Sun Arena at Time Square, Menlyn Maine, at 8 tonight.

There will be two shows tomorrow, one at 3pm and 8pm, and one on Sunday at 3pm.

Subsequent to Dynamo's performances in the city, three Cape Town performances await fans at the Grand Arena, GrandWest.

The 35-year-old global television star and award-winning magician was in the country in January this year to announce and promote the tour.

Dynamo Live is brought to locals by South African promoter, Showtime Management, by arrangement with Phil McIntyre and Inner Circle Films in association with media partners 94.7 Highveld Stereo and KFM.

The magician’s multi award-winning television series Magician Impossible has seen him visit 10 countries, including South Africa.

In a short-time Dynamo quickly established himself as one of the world’s most popular and best loved magicians, with his series airing in more than 180 territories worldwide, reaching over 400million viewers globally.

He is the first magician in history to headline the world famous O2 multi-purpose indoor arena in London where he was awarded the highest accolade.

But magic is not all it's about; Showtime Management is also using the show to celebrate mothers across the country.

Mothers can get a magical outing in the company of the magician when he performs on Mother's Day on Sunday.

They will be offered free tickets when purchasing three full price tickets valid only for blocks L, M and N on the mezzanine level.