Magic show Impossible to run at Noel Coward Theatre
A magic show described as the biggest of its kind for decades will run at the Noel Coward Theatre this summer.
Impossible will run for five weeks, from July 24 to August 29. Acts taking part include escapologist Jonathan Goodwin and mind reader Chris Cox.
According to the producers, it will “re-establish the UK capital as the epicentre of innovation and spectacle”.
It will be directed by Anthony Owen, who is head of magic at Objective Productions and has executive produced all of Derren Brown’s Channel 4 programmes since 2000.
It is produced by Jamie Hendry Productions.
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