Why See Magic Goes Wrong?
A catastrophically hilarious magic show!
From the minds behind The Play That Goes Wrong and The Comedy About A Bank Robbery comes a brand new, and disaster-prone, magic show! Co-created between the worlds most iconic magical duo Penn & Teller and Mischief Theatre, Magic Goes Wrong sees one group of hapless magicians try and raise money for charity.
After toying with the idea at various Edinburgh Fringe's Mischief Theatre finally bring you their hotly anticipated Magic Goes Wrong as part of their vast new residency at the Vaudeville Theatre. Teaming up with magical icons Penn & Teller (the longest-running headline act in Las Vegas) Magic Goes Wrong not only features the great mishaps that Mischief Theatre are famous for but also great magical trickery that will wow even the most stalwart of illusion-haters.
With doves, a mind reader a circus double-act this brand new comedy has everything you'd want for a night of illusion, with a little bit of Mischief Theatre magic thrown in.
Please note that Penn & Teller are co-creators and will not be appearing on stage.
Opening night: 14 December 2019
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