O n the 21st September 2002 Richard Leigh opened at the Barons Court Theatre with a family magic show called ‘The Magic Cavern’. It has become London’s longest running magic show and celebrates 12 years today. 21st September 2014.
My dear friend and colleague Jay Fortune, together with my long standing booking agent and friend Anne George from Trevor George Entertainments have created and are running the first Fringe Festival for Torbay.
If you are on holiday down in Torbay between July 5th and the 12th, please do support a show of your choice.
The Magic Cavern joins the festival for 2015. Watch this space for some very special news on that subject.
My admiration and sincere best wishes go to all involved in this mammoth undertaking. Long may this festival run, which goes back to strong roots of presenting all genre of events large and small.
‘The Side Show of Wonders’ A show, which has been out of London for a year returns to the West End this Sunday. Jermyn Street Theatre at 3.00pm. And then plays various Sunday dates at his theatre throughout 2014.
Master Magician Richard Leigh has created a mystical playground – a realm of magic, illusion, and intrigue that will transport you to the odd-ball fairgrounds of yesteryear. Look upon the horrific “Living Head”, shut your eyes tight at the “Bed of Pain”, and be shocked by the legendary “Man Eating Chicken”. Partake in some fairground games before the show and rediscover the power of the unknown. Unreserved seating. Suitable for family audiences.
Box Office: 020 7287 2875 or book online at www.falseimpressions.co.uk
Richard Leigh celebrates 10 years of producing magic at the Jermyn Street theatre in London’s West End with a special performance of Late Night Magic which was the first production to play this luxurious venue and is still playing to this day. Richard Leigh introduces acts who are long associated with this long running West End magic show, together with magicians who make their debut.
This special evening is this coming Friday 24th January at 10.45pm until midnight. Richard introduces Michael Vincent, David Major, Mike Sullivan and Julian James who has been with the project for the full ten years. 6 seats left for this performance. The magic continues through this tenth year with matinee and evening performances from Richards stable of magic productions. All matinee performances are family based productions (6 to 106) whilst all evening performances are suitable for all over 14.
Thank you to all guests who have been part of all the magic shows at this theatre over the last ten years. Which all started when Paul Daniels played Jermyn Street ten years ago. He introduced Richard to the Jermyn Street Theatre. As life comes full circle, Paul is back at the Jermyn Street theatre after ten years at the end of February of this year.
Box Office for all magic shows at the Jermyn Street Theatre including Paul Daniels show.
And in the fabulous period between Christmas Day and the New Year festivities why not continue the celebrations and come and say hello to us down at The Magic Theatre. A warm welcome awaits you in the bar and downstairs in the theatre. Two magic shows in rep this week. ‘The Ice Cave Magic Show’ and ‘Christmas at The Magic Cavern’ Full details and to book schedule is the schedule.
The Christmas shows at The Magic Cavern are selling very fast. Extra shows are already on sale. Buy your self and your family and friends a ticket to a little bit of traditional Christmas family entertainment. And not a Panto Dame in sight. Full schedule and to buy tickets: www.falseimpressions.co.uk/schedule
Due to phenomenal demand an extra show has been added to the Hallowe’en season of shows at The Magic Cavern in London. All shows in October have now sold out at this theatre of magic. An extra show at 1pm on Sunday 27th October has now been added to the schedule. www.falseimpressions.co.uk/schedule to book seats.
For all you night owls out here. The next ‘Late Night Magic’ event at the Jermyn Street Theatre in the West End of London is on Friday 11th October 2013 at 10.45pm. (\The show finishes by the witching hour of midnight) Features ‘Elegant Deceptions’ with A true gentlemen from the magic fraternity. Mr Michael Vincent. Naturally tickets are selling fast for Michaels one man show as part of Richard Leigh’s 9th year of the ‘Late Night Magic, shows in the West End. www.falseimpressions.co.uk/latenightmagic
The Magic Cavern, created and presented by Richard Leigh celebrates on the 22nd September 2013 as the show tips into our 11th at The Barons Court Theatre in London. Playing every Sunday at 3.00pm. Good available from November 2013 onwards. Book early to see this traditional theatrical magic show.