The Magic Hour

London's most exclusive magic show

One of the most unusual things to do in London.
Are you looking for something different in London? Want to find the perfect alternative night out? Well look no further.
The Magic Hour is an exclusive magic show in the heart of London.
Following 5 star reviews and sell out audiences at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, it was named in the top 10 attractions in London (TripAdvisor 2014), receiving the Certificate of Excellence several years running. Experience top class close-up magic like never before in an intimate theatrical setting, this show is a blend of the finest sleight of hand which will leave you stunned and amazed.
One of the most unusual nights out in London this magic show reflects the style and opulance of the Victorian masters. At the turn of the 1900's London was full of tricksters and illusionists - a period known as the 'Golden Age of Magic'. The upper classes experienced dazzling sleight of hand in the comfort of their own homes - and now you can do the same. Come and enjoy the strange and the bizarre as objects disappear, time stops still, and the spirits write messages from 'the other side'.
We guarantee that this will be a night out to remember - an evening with a difference that you will talk about to all your friends...

 

Performances at 8pm on Friday nights. 

Duration: 1 hour 40 mins 

Suitable for ages 10+

Strictly limited to 50 seats.

An understanding of English is necessary to enjoy the show.

Please note that the venue may be subject to change.


 


Tony Middleton, known as 'Sonic', is an international magician and author of magic.

He was featured on the ITV 1 series Penn & Teller: Fool Us with Jonathan Ross. He is also the author of Performing Magic: A Handbook on Performance for Magicians, with forewords by Paul Daniels and former president of the Magic Circle David Berglas. He was appointed Resident Magician at the 5 star St Pancras Renaissance Hotel from 2013-2014, and his amazing magic has taken him around the world from Rome to Rio de Janeiro. Following an MFA in Theatre Directing, he has directed magic shows in Amsterdam, Sweden, Edinburgh, London's West End, and consulted in magic shows in Las Vegas.

He has performed at many venues including The Royal National Theatre, The National Portrait Gallery, Blenheim Palace, The Savoy, The Grove, The Natural History Museum, Edinburgh Castle, The Gherkin, OXO Tower, London Zoo, Claridges and Birmingham NEC, to name but a few.

He has entertained Sir Roger Moore, the Hairy Bikers, Will Carling, Prunella Scales, Keith Floyd, and appeared alongside Jools Holland and Gary Barlow.

Sonic is a modern master of magic, and his work has received outstanding critical acclaim from magicians around the world.