The producers of hit West End magic spectacular IMPOSSIBLE have announced that Aaron Crow, star of Britain’s Got Talent, will join the show for the final week of its run on Monday 24th August. The hit magic show finishes its limited run at the Noel Coward Theatre on 29th August, before embarking on a worldwide tour.
Aaron Crow, world renowned magician and swordsman, will astound and amaze audiences with his cutting edge tricks and daredevil stunts, tackling swords and crossbows whilst blind-folded! Crow’s unique and compelling approach to magic fuses suspense and dangerous stunts with a winning charm and explores the positive theme of facing and overcoming our fears. His sensational style took him to the semi-finals on Britain’s Got Talent where his nail-biting stunt of chopping a pineapple in half on top of Ant McPartlin’s head, while blind-folded, had audiences on the edge of their seats. Simon Cowell remarked: “That’s a great act. I love the idea of watching something where there is a possibility that someone could actually die”
On joining the show, Aaron Crow said: “I’m thrilled and honoured to be joining Impossible alongside such a talented group of illusionists and magicians, and looking forward to bringing some of my magic to the West End for the last week of the run”
IMPOSSIBLE, the biggest magic show to hit the west end in decades opened at the Noel Coward Theatre on 30th July and has been astounding audiences with a stunning show that encompasses escapology, mind-reading, sleight-of-hand and disappearance, as well as bringing some traditional tricks up to date by using contemporary technologies such as iPads and lasers.
Featuring a stellar line-up of the best magicians and illusionists from around the world including: modern-day Houdini, daredevil and TV escapologist Jonathan Goodwin (until 21 August); grand illusionist Luis de Matos, mind-blowing mind-reader Chris Cox; spell-binding digital marvel Jamie Allan, boundary breaking magician Ben Hart, and sleight of hand master Ali Cook.
IMPOSSIBLE is produced by Jamie Hendry Productions, with creative direction by Anthony Owen, stage direction by Lloyd Wood, scenic design by Andrew D. Edwards, lighting design by Tim Lutkin, sound design by Gareth Owen, video design by Duncan McLean and music by Michael Bradley.
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