One of the UK’s favourite entertainers, Paul Daniels, will be packing up his box of tricks for what could be the very last time during his first farewell tour, which will stop of at Banbury’s Mill Arts Centre on Saturday, January 25.
From the moment he burst onto our screens, Daniels’ magic shows have topped the ratings.
He undoubtedly became the most successful television magician of the 20th century and, by carrying on the ‘fame game’ into the 21st century, has became a true magical legend.
From September, Daniels will be travelling the nation with a brand new show full of his old favourite magic tricks and a number of new tricks never performed in public before. He will, of course, be joined by the very lovely Debbie McGee.
The couple’s last live show, Hair Today Gone Tomorrow, garnered critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Festival and countrywide. The new shows entitled ‘From Legend to Leg End’ will no doubt be yet another enchanted evening of incredible illusion, comedy and amazement. Because… that’s magic!
Whatsonstage.com described the new show as: ‘Full of fun and entertainment. As sharp as ever.’
To book tickets for the show go to www.themillartscentre.co.uk