Wonderville arrives to the Palace Theatre this summer months bringing some of the world’s biggest illusionists and mentalists jointly for 65 performances only.
Wonderville at the Palace Theatre delivers jaw-dropping shows of magic, illusion and technological trickery that will electrify, shock and depart people in awe.
Wonderville options Chris Cox, multi-award-profitable Mentalist star of Broadway and West End Edward Hilsum, the first magician to earn all 3 Magic Circle competitions – and hold the titles at the exact time and Josephine Lee, an overnight feeling on ‘Britain’s Received Talent’, she grew to become the most talked-about girl in magic Young and Bizarre “One of the best magic functions the world has ever seen” – Penn & Teller Guinness Earth File-keeping Amazí and Symoné, gorgeous hula hoop artists who merge hooping with rollerskating and dance.
The ensemble are Louise Douglas, Annalisa Midolo, Lee Pratt, Mervin Noronha and visitor stars: Harry De Cruz, Emily England, Kat Hudson, Magical Bones, Magic Singh.
The Wonderville innovative group is made up of Director – Annabel Mutale Reed, Established Structure – Justin Williams, Costume Designer – Penn O’Gara, Specialized Manager – Dickson Cossar, General Supervisor – Carter Dixon Productions, Co-Typical Manager – Ameena Hamid Productions, Creation Manager – John Rowland, Firm Phase Supervisor – Luciano Macis, Deputy Stage Supervisor – Laura Mae-Parks, Assistant Stage Supervisor – Abbie Procter, Head of Sound – Ollie Dudman, Magic Expert – Chris Cox, Direct CAD Assistant – Ethan Cheek, Layout Assistant – James Rasa, Direct Scenic – Painter Charlotte Dennis, and Carter Dixon Assistant – Bailey Harris-Kelly.
Wonderville at the Palace Theatre operates right until 30 August 2021.