The ‘world’s most dangerous magic show’ is coming to Blackpool

A scene from X-Treme Magic

X-Treme Magic promises to dazzle, petrify and amaze at Blackpool Opera House on Monday 17th October.

The producers say it’s a modern show of magic and illusion like you’ve never seen before – NO rabbits are out of their hats in this show.

Created in Las Vegas and repeated over a two-year period, X-Treme Magic was designed to shock and thrill, with death-defying stunts, jaw-dropping stunts, sensational stage illusions, daredevil escape and stunning effects. Magic. It is claimed that the public will leave the room with a bewildered mind for weeks to come.

Master illusionist Richard Cadell will be joined by a full cast including Britain’s Got Talent winner Richard Jones, Penn & Teller’s ‘Fool Us’ John Archer, international award-winning artist Solange Kardinaly, who is making her UK debut United, internationally renowned. the manipulator Arkadio José, as well as fire artists, specialized acts and dancers.

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Show star Richard Cadell said: ‘Forget card tricks and handkerchiefs – this is thrilling magic the scale of which has never been seen in the UK before.

“We’ve uniquely combined circus skills and real danger with some of the most breathtaking illusions ever devised.”

The vanishing motorcycle thing is one to watch especially, says Richard Cadell, star of the X-Treme Magic show.

Richard says to pay special attention to the disappearing motorcycle trick, which is his favorite from the series.

“I ride my bike in a cage that’s hoisted in the air,” he said. “You can see all around either side. No covers – all background. This is the one everyone is talking about….”

The Blackpool show is part of a 12-date nationwide tour and producer James Shone added: “I am delighted to be touring X-Treme Magic across the UK this autumn. The show premiered in Las Vegas and promises to be one of the finest productions around.

“With a cast of the world’s most renowned illusionists and magicians, audiences will be as amazed as they are terrified to see motorcycles appear out of nowhere, straitjacket escape attempts as he is hanging from a flaming rope and playing Russian roulette with dynamite sticks.

“You might just want to bring a cushion to hide behind.”

The Blackpool show starts at 7.30pm, is suitable for people over the age of 12 and ticket details are here.

Brian L. Hartfield