8 Jun 2015

Impossible Press Launch at London’s Hospital Club

Book tickets to see this magical show in action!

I love a bit of magic! It is rare that you get the chance to be truly amazed as an adult, but on the occasion that this does happen its like being a child again and I for one truly start believing in magic!

Impossible is a compendium of magic tricks and stunts from a whole heap of talented illusionists and will run in London’s West End from 24th July – 29th August.

We were lucky enough to be invited to the exclusive Impossible press launch at London’s Hospital Club in Central London where not only were we treated to a sneak peak of the show, we also got to hang out with the performers. Oh, and there was wine…. Hurrah!

Ben Hart

First up to perform was illusionist Ben Hart, a former Magic Circle prize winner who’s show, The Vanishing Boy, sold out on countless occasions at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Ben will be preforming as part of the Impossible troupe – watch a sneak peak of his act here!

Jamie Allan

Following on from Ben, we were treated to an all encompassing tech extravaganza from “Modern day Houdini,” Jamie Allan. I was WILDLY impressed by Allen’s routine, which fused magic and technology together to create some outstanding digital art. He also SAWED A WOMAN IN HALF USING A LAZER! Watch for yourself below!

Magical Bones

Also performing at the launch were street magician Magical Bones (above) who treated us to a card trick and a back flipescapologist and magician Ali Cook (below) who treated us to some classic water tank action, and MIND reader Chris Cox who generally treated us to a witty banter! I saw some genuinely insane tricks that have me questioning everything I thought was possible!

Impossible Press Launch at London's Hospital Club


Impossible is running at the Noel Coward Theatre from 24th July to the 29th August. Book your tickets here!



Rebecca is a cheeky London lady with a love of theatre, cheese and wine (preferably all at the same time!) She graduated from Goldsmiths (University of London) with a First Class Honours degree in Drama and Theatre Arts and later went on to study for an NCTJ postgraduate diploma in Journalism.


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