Comedy-magician Adam London loves ducks; he’s obsessed with them! This afternoon comedy magic show is hilarious and highly engaging. London’s tricks have a mix of whimsy and wit with clever slight of hand magic.
Having perfected his craft in comedy clubs around the world, including the world famous Magic Castle in Los Angeles, Laughternoon Starring Adam London is now daily at 4pm inside the newly renovated showroom at the D Las Vegas.
Hailed as "Hysterically Funny!" by Today in Las Vegas, London is sure to leave you laughing the afternoon away. Most recently, London has been seen on an episode of Fox's Raising Hope.
Be a part of the mystery, be a part of the fun! Nightly at 6:15PM inside the newly renovated Showroom at the D Las Vegas for a murder-mystery dinner-show like no other. Actors are planted throughout the audience so you'll never know if the odd person at your table is an actor, or just an odd person!
You'll be thoroughly entertained during this 2-hour experience which includes a three course gourmet meal all served at your table while you try to figure out "who dun-it".
Doors Open and Salad Service Begins at 5:45PM, Nightly (actor's are planted throughout the audience so some say the show starts when the doors open!).
The world-wide smash hit Defending the Caveman spears its way to the D Las Vegas showroom. Described by Variety as "Hysterically Funny", the show is a bonifide hit with more than 10-million tickets sold world-wide and boast several records including the longest running one-man show in Broadway history, longest running Broadway show in Las Vegas history and the most shows performed in a 50-day period by the shows star Kevin Burke.
Defending the Caveman speaks to anyone who has ever been in a relationship. The performance carries on like a conversation, and dives into the differences couples may face through witty banter and insightful observations – teaching the audience they’re not alone in navigating relationships - the ways one fight, laugh and love.
Las Vegas Entertainer of the Year Kevin Burke stars. Stage and television actor John Venable performs in Mr. Burke's absence.