Impossible

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Incredible illusion show Impossible returns to the West End for a limited 60 performances at the Noel Coward Theatre. Featuring six of the world’s best magicians, Impossible is full of truly baffling tricks, stunts, and grand and up close-up magic. Following a hugely successful run at the same venue last year, the show is set to preview from July 6th, with an official opening July 13th 2016.

Impossible features incredible reinventions of history’s biggest and best illusions, all to create the greatest magic show around. Two leading female illusionists Sabine van Diemen and Josephine Lee join the company, having both previously worked with names such as Hans Klok. Further stars include street conjuror and break-dancer Magical Bones, who wows audiences with his dazzling sleight-of-hand, award-winning mind-reader Chris Cox, master daredevil and escapologist Jonathan Goodwin and Ben Hart, who tests the limits of illusion with mind-blowing vanishing and levitation acts.

Produced by Jamie Hendry (Legally Blonde, The Wind in the Willows), Impossible is directed by Lloyd Wood, with set design by Andrew D. Edwards, lighting by Howard Harrison, sound by Gareth Owen, video design by 59 Productions and music by Ryan Martin.

Billed as “the world’s greatest magic show”, Impossible promises to wow and baffle audiences in equal measures, with death-defying stunts, technological trickery and breath-taking “how did they do that” moments. Opening at the Noel Coward Theatre on July 13th, Impossible is set to dazzle audiences until August 27th 2016.

Child Friendly?

Impossible has been given a general age recommendation of 6 and up. Please be aware that the show will include some loud bangs and very tense moments.

Seating Tips

Click here for the Noel Coward Theatre seating chart and seat price guide.