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James Phelan: Trickster

VIRAL SENSATION & STAR OF BBC RADIO

A magic show from James Phelan. Final date added due to phenomenal demand.

Following his sell out 2017 – 18 tour, viral sensation James Phelan brings his unique magical prank show to The Capitol for one night only.

This is your last chance to see the debut smash-hit show from one of the most anticipated magical performers in a generation.

Described in The Mirror as Extraordinary and as Legendary by The Sun, this show is both jaw-dropping and laugh out loud funny.

The nephew of the great Paul Daniels, James presents his night out of hilarious, mind blowing magic, in a show where anything can happen – and often does - Revealing the most outrageous confessions from unsuspecting members of the audience, hypnotising volunteers to think they’re Beyoncé or inadvertently destroying audience members’ iPhones – no-one is safe, and nothing is quite as it seems.

James, also the presenter of Trickster: Live, the BBC’s groundbreaking new radio magic show, their first such project since the 50’s –will present moments from his upcoming TV show Celebrity Troublemaking – using magic to get into the minds and behind the scenes of the lives of national treasures.

“Without a doubt one of the most exciting new acts of the year”. The Princes Trust
You’re funny, you look good, all your tricks work, if you were anyone else I’d hate you”. Paul Daniels
“James has a real cheeky charm”. Radio Times
“He was extraordinary”. The Daily Mirror
“This guy is a legend”. The Sun

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  • Without a doubt one of the most exciting new acts of the year
    The Princes Trust


  • You’re funny, you look good, all your tricks work, if you were anyone else I’d hate you
    Paul Daniels


  • James has a real cheeky charm
    Radio Times


  • He was extraordinary
    The Daily Mirror


  • This guy is a legend
    The Sun

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