IMPOSSIBLE
  • West End

Impossible, the biggest magic show in decades, is set to thrill audience's in London's West End at the Noel Coward Theatre. The show will feature the very best magicians and tricksters from around the world, fusing dazzling grand stage illusions, up-close-and-personal magic, cutting edge technological tricks and death-defying escapology in a fast-paced, breath-taking spectacular suitable for every generation.

Celebrating its global premiere this July in London, where Harry Houdini and the superstars of illusion stunned Victorian audiences on the stage, Impossible will re-establish the UK capital as the epicentre of innovation and spectacle, hosting the greatest magic show on Earth.

Directed by Anthony Owen, the multi-award winning producer and magic consultant behind Channel 4's Derren Brown, Impossible brings eight world-leading performers together live on-stage for the very first time. Featuring a stunning range of magical artistry. From astonishing acts of epic proportions to dumbfounding up-close sleight of hand, be ready to be mesmerised and baffled by these incredible illusionists.

Nothing is quite as it seems...

The current confirmed line-up inludes: modern-day Houdini, daredevil and TV escapologist Jonathan Goodwin, mind-blowing mind-reader Chris Cox, psychological trickster Katherine Mills, boundary breaking magician Ben Hart and spell-binding digital marvel Jamie Allan, with more acts still to be announced.

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