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Magic Shows in London 2021

Find below an up-to-date list of the current and upcoming magic shows in London.

Magic & Mind-Reading
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Classic conjuring and mind-reading makes a come-back in this intimate theatrical event that will leave you gasping in astonishment and cheering with delight - and let's face it, we could all do with a little good cheer right now. Inspired by the opulent Golden Age of Magic, these shows hark back to the parlour shows of the 1900s. Our award winning magicians will do the impossible without even touching you. 

Featuring Tony Middleton 'Sonic' - Headliner of The Magic Hour & Resident Magician at the Sheraton Grand Park Lane.

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Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

No interval.

Strictly limited to 30 seats during Covid-19

Performances at 7pm & 9pm, ever week on Saturday nights.

Tickets £65/50

Suitable for families (ages 10+)

Nearest Tube: Piccadilly Circus

Location: Le Meridien Piccadilly W1J 0BH

The Magic Hour
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The Magic Hour is London's longest running and most successful parlour magic show. Established in 2013, it ran every week until Covid-19 forced the closure of performances in March 2020. It will open its doors again in October 2020.

Enter the drawing room of the historic 5 star Sheraton Grand Park Lane for an intriguing evening of magic, illusion and mind-reading like no other. Awarded the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame Award, and TripAdvisor Travellers Choice 2020, it has received critical acclaim and sold out performances since its inception.

'An intimate evening of old school magic' - METRO

'Spell-binding Sleight of Hand' - Evening Standard


'the best thing I have done in London so far!'

- Curious London Blog, 5 stars


'A perfect cocktail of theatre and magic, Victorian tradition and modern sensibility.'

Remote Goat, 5 stars

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Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes including an interval

Strictly limited to 30 seats during Covid-19

Performances at 8pm, every week on Friday nights.

Tickets £65 premium /£50 General Admission

Suitable for families (ages 10+)

Nearest Tube: Green Park

Location: Sheraton Grand Park Lane, Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 7BX

West End Magic
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West End Magic is a regular show at the Leicester Square Theatre showcasing magic & variety. It is a family friendly show, and includes magicians, illusion, comedians, and jugglers. Also featuring Oliver Tabor.

“This slick, funny and energetic showcase of some of the best magic in the country left us with open jaws and wide eyes….Amazing. Incredible. Awesome” - Little Vikings

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Magic Goes Wrong
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Mischief and Penn & Teller team up for the next installment of the 'Goes Wrong' series - this time it's about magic.

The original Mischief company play a group of magicians presenting a charity event. As the accidents spiral out of control, so does their fundraising target!

Written by Penn Jillette, Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, Henry Shields and Teller

Penn & Teller are co-creators of the show and won’t be appearing on stage. 

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The Gentleman Cheater

When the cards start burning his hands, every trick becomes a new challenge. Do you enjoy close up magic? You will love playing against him! Come and have fun in an interactive show. The cheater, an enriching experience, but he never loses. Christian Gambin, a stunning magician.Christian Gambin, award winning magician, World FISM and French Magic Champion, plays for the first time in London West End. Expert in close-up magic and a stunning magician. The nearer you are, the less you can see! Come and see his sleight of hand and let’s the dream come true…The most intimate show in London !

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The Ned
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Close-up magic is regularly scheduled at The Ned in it's restaurants and bars featuring Fay Presto, Roberto Forzoni, Zap & Natalie Balooniverse.


Current performances: Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays 

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The Magic Circle
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A visit to the Magic Circle headquarters to watch magicians performing live is a great alternative way to spend the evening. Public performances are held throughout the year and range from Close-Up with the Magic Circle to a tour of the museum.

Current performances: From September 2020.

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