Magic is brewing in the West End with Wonderment at the Palace Theatre, running this summer from 16 July to 30 August.
A vaudevillian journey of illusion, with performers at the cutting edge of their art, Wonderment is set to astonish audiences, bringing together some of the greatest illusionists live on stage. Expect breath-taking displays of magic and illusion that are bound to electrify, surprise and delight.
Taking to the stage will be multi-award-winning mind reader Chris Cox, and the most talked about woman in magic, Josephine Lee.
Cox has sold out UK tours and runs at Fringe Festivals from Edinburgh to New Zealand, and worked as magic and illusions assistant for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Lee took the magic world by storm after her appearance on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent in 2017. Her dynamic and modern spin on illusion saw her act hit millions of views overnight.
Both are stars of The Illusionists, which played on Broadway, in the West End and worldwide, as well as Impossible which travelled from the West End to a world tour.
A further three acts are yet to be announced, showcasing their awe-inspiring talents at every performance.
Wonderment is directed by Annabel Mutale Reed.
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