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Impossible magic show heads to West End

First Published 30 April 2015, Last Updated 30 April 2015

West End audiences should prepare to be tricked, wowed and amazed with the forthcoming run of Impossible, an innovative new magic show set to receive its world premiere at the Noël Coward Theatre this summer.

Featuring death-defying escapology, stage illusions, state-of-the-art magic and sleight of hand, Impossible will play from 24 July to 29 August at the venue.

Billed as “The biggest magic show in decades”, the dumbfounding, spellbinding spectacle will feature a line-up of acts that includes TV escapologist Jonathan Goodwin, mind reader Chris Cox, psychological trickster Katherine Mills, magician Ben Hart and digital marvel Jamie Allan.

The production will be directed by Anthony Owen, whose work as a producer and magic consultant has seen him work with Olivier Award-winning illusionist Derren Brown on many of his Channel 4 television series and on all 11 series of The Real Hustle.

Impossible marks a departure from many of the other productions set to play at the Noël Coward Theatre over the coming months. Currently hosting the RSC’s Death Of A Salesman, the venue will welcome Impossible’s mind-boggling magic prior to Nicole Kidman’s much-anticipated return to the London stage in Photograph 51.

You can take a sneak peek at what to expect from Impossible in the trailer above.

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