NOW YOU SEE IT
Brace yourselves! the grandest magic show on earth, stops by in Manila this Christmas
rom death-defying stunts to mind-blowing acts, to grand illusions and technical trickery, Impossible pulls out all the stops to be rightfully dubbed “the world’s greatest magic show.” This month the homegrown British production is set to enchant and amaze Manila audiences. Blurring the lines between reality and imagination, the show dares to do the impossible—engaging the mind and captivating the eyes of anyone who goes out to see it.
In July 2015, Impossible premiered at the Noël Coward Theatre in London where it aimed to bring back the glory days of magic. It didn’t take long before it became the talk of the town. Two years after its debut, the production embarked on a world tour—so far visiting Beirut, Dubai, Singapore, and now the Philippines.
The stunning line-up includes six international acts featuring street magician Magical Bones, escapologist Ali Cook, daredevil Bello Nock, illusionist Josephine Lee, boundary-breaking magician Ben Hart, and mind-reader Chris Cox. They will reinvent ancient illusions, putting a modern spin on age-old tricks in fast-paced, breathtaking performances.
For sceptics, hold your judgment and see the show live on 25 December 2017 to 3 January 2018 at the Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City. Tickets are up for grabs at ticketnet.com.ph
SIMPLY ELECTRIFYING Ben Hart wows the audience as he transports a man from one cage to another; (inset) Josephine Lee commands the stage in her signature pose