Magic Cavern #7

The Magic Cavern

London’s longest running magic and illusion show


The Magic Cavern at Barons Court is London’s most intimate and enchanting theatre show of magic and illusion. You won’t believe your eyes as you witness the seemingly impossible… Intimate magic and illusion show for the whole family – suitable for the young and the young at heart. Perfect for a family audience aged 6 to 106.

With performances every Sunday at 3pm. (Booking to 29th June 2014) This show is now in its 11th sensational year at this theatre. Have you seen it yet? Wherever you sit in this atmospheric theatre you are only a few feet away from the magic. Each show is approximately one hour and ten minutes. This venue has an open seating policy – sit wherever you feel happy. Doors open 15 minutes before the performance. Prepaid tickets can be collected at this time.

Magic Cavern #2


If you would like to nominate a person within your group or family to help with one of the effects, or would simply like a birthday mentioned, just tell the box office manager as you take your seats. This performance is interactive but in no way embarrasing. Set inside a magical cave with jewels glistening and rays of fantastic light beaming through the entrance to the cave, this is a very magical place where the magic is quite simply beyond belief.




Critics Choice ‘All the magic is astounding but there are two tricks which simply defy belief – one with words, one with numbers. Take the whole family to witness and ponder in amazement, like we did. Do not miss this show’ FIVE STARS. – Jane McDowell for remotegoat.

The Magic Cavern has its 1000th performance in May of this year. Quite an achievement for a traditional magic show without any star names.


The Magic Cavern is created and presented by Richard Leigh





Click on BUY TICKETS against the date and performance time you require below to purchase tickets online or call the box office on 020 8932 4747. Click on the theatre name for a map and directions on how to find us.

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