Theatre Event

Intimate Magic Show

Paul Daniels presents

Intimate Magic Show

For One Night Only!

20 May in the Main House at 7:30pm

Anticipated running time: 2 hours, 15 minutes
Please note this is an estimated running time and may be subject to change
 

The Amazing Paul Daniels and the Lovely Debbie McGee bring their new Comedy and Magic Show to the stage of The Crescent. Unlike previous sellout tours, Paul says this one will really get the audience up close and personal to the magic! No one in the history of magic has received more awards in the worlds of Theatre, Cabaret and Television.


Several years ago the most entertaining magic guy in the world, Paul Daniels, together with his wife, Debbie McGee, toured with a small, intimate magic show and had so much fun they have decided to do it again. They will be bringing their night of bafflement and laughter to The Crescent Theatre in a unique show that is definitely not to be missed.

For many years the Paul Daniels Magic Show ruled the airwaves and since then his live shows have been winning awards worldwide. In fact this tour will be their first public appearances in the UK since their successful USA shows.

If you care to visit www.pauldaniels.co.uk you will find a page listing all the awards and honours that Paul has received from magical organisations worldwide. They call him 'The Legend' and Dynamo has called him 'The Godfather of Magic'.

From her time as a ballet dancer in Iran, and becoming a lot more than Paul's assistant, Debbie now appears in her own right, both on stage and on her Radio Berkshire show. In this show, as you will see, she joins in the fun that is the Intimate Magic Show.

Follow the adventures of Paul and Debbie on Twitter @thepauldaniels & @thedebbiemcgee and on Facebook.com/thepauldaniels.

Of course many of their TV shows have excerpts on YouTube, mixed with what Paul calls his 'Tales from the Shed'.


Tickets: £16 (£13 Concessions)

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