An evening of magic is to be brought to Swindon by the magician most famous for jamming the BBC switchboards after he correctly predicted the lottery, James Phelan.
The Greatest Magician: An Evening of Wonders will visit the Meca on 17 June at 7pm.
A spokesperson for the show said: “This astonishing, enigmatic, five star rated magic show will leave you aching from laughter and dizzy in disbelief. You’ll be transported to jaw-dropping world of light-hearted hilarity, wonderment, and mystery.
“Presented by the BBC’s most broadcast magician of the last decade, and host of BBC’s Trickster: Live, James Phelan is The Greatest Magician.”
Directed by the late Paul Daniels, the magic show returns to the stage for the final time.
Said to focus on mind-bending feats of illusion, from making people forget their own names to transporting iPhones from the auditorium into blocks of ice – the show is said to be a sure-fire sell-out, and showing exclusively for a limited run.
Early bird tickets for the Swindon date are priced at £17.50 and general admission is £25. These prices include the booking fee.
Tickets can be purchased at https://www.mecaswindon.co.uk/events-tickets/the-greatest-magician/ or through Meca’s box office.
More information about Meca and its event schedule can be found at https://www.mecaswindon.co.uk/