Time to get up close and personal with some madcap magic
The London Festival Of Close-Up Magic is back in 2016. Strap yourself in for more incredible tricks, impossible illusions and eccentric magicians than you can shake a wand at. Exclusive to YPlan, this is the only place you can conjure up a ticket, so get yourself one quick before they…disappear. Check out the lineup below. - 28 July: Dominick Zwolinski – Konjurations Dominick has been performing magic for 20 years. Over his career he's worked with Jim Carrey, Brad Pitt, Merryl Streep and David Cameron. Konjurations is a compilation of his favourite pieces of magic from the variety of his shows. "Incredible - Burn him! He's a witch!" – Jim Carrey - 29 July: Chris Dugdale With 12 Royal performances to his name, and Command performances for the United Nations in New York, you know this is going to be good. Sir Richard Branson, Simon Cowell, and Angelina Jolie have all been amazed by his skill and showmanship. Only in the UK for a short time, catch him in London before his 5th run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with a show of world class close-up magic and mindreading. As seen on ITV's Penn & Teller: Fool Us, BBC, NBC and CW channel. "I frequently heard gasps of shock and awe from the audience as they either realised what was about to happen, or saw a trick unfold in front of their eyes." ★★★★★ – Arts Award Voice "A gasp-inducing hour of mind-blowing magic tricks and baffling illusions." ★★★★ – Broadway Baby (2014) - 30 July: Kockov 'I'm speechless!' - Simon Cowell Kockov, the alter-ego of award winning professional magician Jasper Blakeley, keeps audiences on the edge of their seat with fast paced illusion, sleight of hand, tight leather trousers, and a mullet almost as magical as the man himself. With a unique blend of magic, mind reading and comedy, his Russian Roulette finale has to be seen to be believed. Prepare for more than just a few tricks - this is an hour of mind bending magic with lashings of wicked humour, which has taken the Edinburgh Fringe by storm. "At times I was laughing so much it was hard to see and by the end of the night my sides were aching" ★★★★★ – Bristol Evening Post “truly impressive comic flair...a very satisfied audience, rather exhausted from laughing so much.” ★★★★★ – Arts Review (Wales Millenium Centre) Shows Runtime: 1 hour approximately. Please arrive on time as latecomers may not be admitted. There is no wheelchair access. Please be aware, Kockov's show is over 18s only. Valid ID required.
"The best I've seen – brilliant."