Featuring the world’s greatest illusionists live on stage, this fast-paced, breath-taking performance reinvents magic as you know it, thrusting it into the 21st century with stunts of epic proportions and the most inexplicable magic.
Following a hugely popular run in 2015, Impossible returned to the Noel Coward Theatre in London’s West End this summer and was perfect for children and adults of all ages, both those who had it as their first ever illusion show and those just looking to be shocked and amazed yet again.
Impossible features the greatest magicians and illusionists in the world, including South London’s very own Magical Bones, known for fusing hip-hop culture, break dancing and magic into an ingenious performance that is entirely unique. He was joined by the multi-award winning Chris Cox from BBC 3’s Killer Magic, known for being one of the most exciting entertainers in the UK, as well as the striking and astonishing Dutch dancer and illusionist Sabine van Diemen, death-defying knife thrower and escapologist Jonathan Goodwin, and BBC favourite Ben Hart. The ensemble is completed with the fabulous magician and dancer Josephine Lee, who has worked with all of the biggest names in the business, from Seigfried and Roy to David Copperfield.
With world class performers backed by one of the most innovative creative teams in show business, Impossible once again took its rightful place as the most exciting and exhilarating shows in London’s West End, with performances having started on the 8th July 2016 and ran until the end of August 2016.
Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes (including an interval)
Age recommendation: Recommended 6+
Special notice: Impossible is perfect for people of all ages who want to have their breath taken away. This show is highly recommended for fans of contemporary illusionists and magic shows such as Darren Brown, Dynamo or Killer Magic. With a truly spectacular stage show, this is bound to dazzle young children and seasoned magic lovers alike.