I may be wrong - and do tell me if you know how it's done - but I think I may have just seen the best, simplest, most perplexing and gob-stoppingly awesome trick I've ever seen. Really. Listen...Bruce Glen, suffering though he was with a sore throat, delighted a small but intrigued audience at C aquila with an amazing array of magic tricks. Ropes, cards, balls etc - all the usual props of the trickster's trade made an appearance. His act was paid out with delicate ease and tempered with a slight and engaging sense of humour. Impressively, this appeared to be not just to be his off-the-shelf routine but a package specially tailored to reference Edinburgh and it's literary history. A lot of time had been taken to weave in Conan Doyle, Stevenson and the stories of the ghostly Edinburgh underworld.Okay, so far so usual. A lovely show and engaging tricks - climaxing with a very impressive routine with rings equally as baffling as those that had gone before. But here's the one that got me...Two volunteers are chosen, one asked to look off stage right, the other stage left. He pokes the one on stage right in the back and asks the one on stage left if she felt anything. She felt a poke she says - and seems genuinely bewildered and flummoxed. Seems nothing in words but on the night it was a truly spine-tingling moment, talk of which continued into the foyer after. Beats me. Any ideas? Had that moment been expanded or developed further it would have been a truly amazing evening out, but sadly the most dazzling routine of the show disappeared without trace.Good show, great guy and one amazingly awesome moment!