The Show


Whats so special about A Brit of Magic?

Well apart from the fact that both of the performers are Brits, and that it is full of very cool and funny magic, it is also a unique theatrical experience.

The producers have strived to bring the sense of play that Keith was famous for when he became international street entertainer of the year, into an indoor auditorium, something that they have achieved with aplomb.

‘Fields is a true entertainer…

Has the crowd eating out of his hand from the outset, balancing sleight of hand with sleight of tongue…

Obviously has a funny streak making the crowd rapturous’

From Steve Bennett’s review of Keith’s Edinburgh Festival show

This show is an interactive experience.  The show takes place both on stage and in among the audience which has the profound effect of not only breaking the fourth wall but shattering it beyond recognition!  From that point the audience become as much a part of the show as the performers.

When the show proper actually starts the audience are already sitting with baited breath and looking forward to the journey.  A ride that includes some crazy comedy, amazing magic, as well as some slightly eerie moments which balance the show perfectly.

‘Delightfully wacky and bordering on the manic

Edinburgh Evening News

The show contains hilarious British comedy, stories about how they came to be in the USA, tales of the struggles they had trying to learn the language (they call it English but it has changed since it crossed the pond!) and sharing of their vision to ‘change the world one laugh at a time’.

Classics of magic such as the cut and restored rope and the cups and balls rub shoulders with a modern tribute to Harry Houdini, and a little light culture with some Shakespearean legerdemain.   All of them have been given a twist that will make them new and thoroughly memorable.

This is balanced with more theatrical moments like the story of the last 2 lifeboats to leave the Titanic and some amazing sleight of hand.

Then there is the mind reading ventriloquist which has to be seen to be believed.

This is more than a magic show.  It is more than a comedy show.  This is an evening of fun and laughter that no-one will forget.