Unearthing the real magic in science
Following a 22-night sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe 2013, Oliver Meech brings his magic show back to London. Even if you’re not a fan of regular magic, this is awesome stuff: a fusion of astounding science and trickery, which will delight people of all ages. Previously exploring neuropsychology and time, Oliver now turns his attention to the rest of the universe. Crikey. Mind blown in 3, 2, 1… General admission. Family friendly show, ages 7+. Oliver Meech : When Magic and Science collide http://www.etceteratheatre.com/?id=2&wod=02/06/2014 Oliver Meech meddles with forces we barely understand, in a comedy magic show for the QI generation. An hour of amazing tricks inspired by astounding science. It’s the Natural Selection! Family-friendly (ages 7+) 22-night Sell-Out run, Edinburgh Fringe 2013. ’My jaw hit the floor’ BBC radio ’Could rival Derren Brown’ theatre-wales.co.uk ’Hilarious’ Buxton Fringe Broadway Baby Recommended: Metro, Time Out. Magic Consultant: Discovery Channel. Oliver Meech studied Psychology at Oxford University, Creativity at top London ad agencies and Trickery at The Magic Circle. He fuses all three to produce magic that’s ‘fascinating and different from other magicians’ (Girl Who Just Wants To Be Entertained). He’s performed at the London 2012 Olympics and The Science Museum. When not Fringeing, he’s a regular on London’s Comedy, Cabaret and Science scenes. After melding magic with Neuro-Psychology and Time in previous hit shows, Oliver turns his attention to the rest of the universe.
"My jaw hit the floor."