October 5th Magic Night
Time: 7.45pm (Doors 7pm) - At: Madame Jojo's
Tickets: £12 or £25 show and meal ticket for one.
October fall finds us fooling your eyes, minds and brains with big illusion’s, big tricks, a dancing quick change, multiple personas and a large singing lady.
Chris Cox, the mind reader who doesn’t read minds, is at Magic Night trying to be-friend and influence you in order to see what’s in your head.
Those strange young men, Young & Strange will present unusual and hilarious illusions, silent magician Simon South shows you the unbelievable and Jayde Adams dances into a quick change whilst Anil Desai changes quickly into characters.
And remember, no show is over till the fat lady sings!
Neil Henry oversees the proceedings expertly.
Neil Henry -
Mighty sorceror Magic Neil (or Neil Henry as he is more formally known to the council tax people) is a Magic Night favorite, funny and supremely talented.
Young and Strange -
Young & Strange are a magic double act consisting of comedy magicians Richard Young and Sam Strange. Their show features state of the art stage illusions and intimate sleight of hand magic entwined with a comedy thread and brilliant entertainment.
Anil Desai -
Is a brilliant character comedian, having achieved his record of 50 impressions in 2 minutes, he has now extended this and lets the audience choose the characters and the situations and acts them out. This is everything from hilarious, rude and clever. Anil Desai is a prolific actor and comic with a string of TV credits and one-man shows, most notably "Goodness Gracious Me" BBC.
Chris Cox -
A mind reader who doesnâ€™t read minds, he is one of the UKâ€™s best magical entertainers with a string of accolades and awards under his belt. He brings contemporary mentalism, illusion, magic and humour to all his shows. Awesomely brilliant, awesomely clever and awesomely fun.
â€˜Does Tricks that would make Jesus proud! Remarkable.â€™ Time Out
â€˜One of the most exciting entertainers in Britainâ€™ The Guardian.
Jayde Adams -
Jayde Adams is a Bristolian multi-faceted comedian. She is trained in competitive dancing, sings opera, beatboxes, clowns, raps, balloon models, draws, plays the piano and looks pretty fit dressed as a leopard (there is more but she doesnâ€™t want to show off.)