A host of incredible stars have been announced for Wonderville, running in the West End at the Palace Theatre this summer.
The show features a selection of the world’s greatest illusionists and mentalists in a jaw-dropping display of magic, illusion and technological trickery that will electrify, surprise and leave theatregoers in awe. Wonderville runs at the London venue from 16 July to 30 August.
Joining the previously announced mind reader Chris Cox, Josephine Lee, Young and Strange, Edward Hilsum, plus Amazí and Symoné are a host of guest stars that are guaranteed to delight.
Kat Hudson joins the cast from 16 to 19 July, plus 25 to 30 August. As well as appearing on Britain’s Got Talent, Hudson is one of the top female magicians in the UK, with 40 million views for her online magic.
Magic Singh appears from 21 to 26 July, plus 11 to 16 August. He began his magic career aged 11, after receiving a deck of trick cards. He now has over two million loyal followers on social media and transports his brilliantly unique and modern style of visual magic and mindreading to all corners of the globe.
Emily England joins Wonderville from 28 July to 2 August. A fourth generation circus performer, she was a semi-finalist with her roller-skating brother on Britain’s Got Talent, and also competed on America’s Got Talent – The Champions.
Harry De Cruz will be in the show from 4 to 9 August. Everyone has a party trick. Harry has 374 and counting. As a pioneer within a new generation of creative magicians, Harry was Dynamo’s Head of Magic, and has worked with Penn and Teller, as well as helping to develop a variety of magic acts for Britain’s Got Talent and America’s Got Talent.
Guest star line up is completed by Britain’s Got Talent finalist Magical Bones, who will star in the production from 18 to 23 August. Considered as one of the most exciting talents to have emerged from the magic industry in recent years, he was an unforgettable finalist in Britain’s Got Talent and also starred in Impossible in the West End.
Ensemble members include Louise Douglas, Annalisa Midolo, Lee Pratt and Mervin Noronha.
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