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 doesn’t read minds, he is one of the UK’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.
‘Does Tricks that would make Jesus proud! Remarkable.’ Time Out
‘One of the most exciting entertainers in Britain’ 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 doesn’t want to show off.)

Jayde performs all over the UK and internationally with her ‘barnstorming’ (The Londonist) performances – most recently at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival where she was described as ‘…very funny…highly accomplished…’ (The Herald Sun) 
‘Show Stealing’ The Londonist
‘Jaw-droppingly amazing, Jayde Adams is the rising star of London cabaret. See. Her. Now.’ ThisIsCabaret
'I’d recommend purchasing a ticket simply for her dramatic closing number alone.' Sofia Monkiewicz, Melbourne Comedy Festival
‘Amazingly Funny’ Le Cool Magazine
‘Show stealing...wonderful’ The East London Advertisee

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