The Illusionists

The Illusionists Theatre Breaks are no longer available to book.
See what’s on next at the Shaftesbury theatre

It seems London went Magician Crazy last year with yet another magical spectacular The Illusionists – Witness The Impossible which thrilled audiences at the Shaftesbury theatre.

Already causing a wizardry buzz in West End is the family show Impossible impressing young minds at the Noel Coward this summer and then the ultimate “mind-bender” Derren Brown will bring his new show Miracle to the Palace theatre this Autumn.

A worldwide phenomenon, The Illusionists, has been staged in 71 cities across 17 countries and will feature a list of renowned magicians as long as Dumbledore’s wand.

Magician of the Year 2014 Den Den AKA The Manipulator, so named for his dexterous, poetic approach to card trickery, will join David Williamson (The Trickster) ; Britain’s Got Talent’s finalist Jamie Raven, Andrew Basso (The Escapologist), Kevin James (The Inventor), Colin Cloud (The Deductionist) and Ben Blaque (The Warrior), who will all bring their own speciality acts to the stage over the Christmas period.

The Illusionists Theatre Breaks and Hotels

Book The Illusionist Theatre Breaks at the Shaftesbury Theatre for amagical visit to London with nearby hotels including the 3 star Travelodge Covent Garden and the 4 star deluxe Radisson Edwardian Blu Mercer Street. Another recommendable hotel is the 4 star Red Carnation Montague Hotel which has consistently featured at the top of Tripadvisor charts for its excellent standard of service and presentation.

Show File

Theatre: Shaftesbury Theatre, 210 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H 8DP
Nearest underground : Holborn on the Piccadilly & Central lines
Opens : 14th November 2015
Booking to : Now closed
Performance times
: Monday to Saturday at 19:30; Wednesday and Saturday at 14:30

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Simon Harding has grown up in and around London's Theatreland and has been working here ever since he left school: promoting its shows to anyone who will listen!

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