The Trickery Something Different

The Trickery

  • Date

    Sunday 06 July 2014

  • venue

    Nox

  • time

    Doors 7.30pm Show 8pm

  • age

    Adults

  • price

    £11.00 including booking fee

  • genre

    Something Different

The Trickery

Mark James has been working professionally for over a decade, on land and at sea in over 40 countries worldwide. He combines original comedy and magic with juggling, escapology and music to create a show like no other. His act is versatile and regularly headlines at holiday centres, cruise ships, comedy clubs and private events all over the globe. In the show you'll see Mark break a world record as he vanishes 18 thousands things in one go, ballet dance with plastic carrier bags, juggle industrial strength mousetraps, escape from a regulation straight jacket and much much more. This is an act that needs to be seen to be believed, once you've seen it, you still won't believe it. Most magic acts leave you wondering how. This one leaves you wondering why....

 

A very funny man with a huge personality.

- Keeping It Live Magazine

You are one of the funniest people I've ever met.

- Wayne Dobson, ITV's Kind Of Magic

Mark James has developed a first rate act.

- Magic Magazine, US Publication.

I never get tired of seeing you.

- Mark's Mum

Roads? Where we're going we don't need roads.

- Doc Brown, Back To The Future

 

Rosie Whine is a blonde bombshell who has been taking the burlesque world by storm. A quirky and confident performer who adds a touch of old-school Hollywood glamour, as well as a few unusual twists. Don’t let her innocent look fool you, Rosie will capture your imagination with well-choreographed routines and excellent stage presence.

Multiple award winning magician Marcus Gordon will providing some more magical entertainment on the night. A published magician, Marcus has recently secured his very first Edinburgh fringe show, and we will be the first ones to see it. A truly accomplished magician with a deck of cards, Marcus will be demonstrating his gambling skills and how cheats cheat.

We also welcome Martin Bearne who is making his Trickery debut. Bearne has the eyes and smile of a crazy man, and the comedy styling to go with it. With the ‘charm’ of Frankie Boyle, and the laugh-then-gasp allure of Jimmy Carr, proving that filth and offence can ground a great comedy set. Bearne combines the one-liner approach with story-telling, as he ties his quick jokes together and builds up to a finale of uncontrollable laughter. His style is best described as dark and surreal.


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