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Colin Cloud: Exposé – Underbelly Cow Barn, Edinburgh

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Reviewer: Mark O’Neill Colin Cloud is fascinated by human behaviour and there is no doubt that you will leave the theatre fascinated by his craft and his skill. Cloud is no fortune teller. In fact, he admits that he is cynical about psychics himself. Instead, he is a forensic mind reader, a mentalist and an extremely clever comedian. Returning to ...

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Paul Dabek: Look at Me! – La Belle Angele, Edinburgh

Reviewer:Mel Duncan Paul Dabek is a seasoned Fringe favourite, and a quick audience poll taken by him during the course of the performance flags up the first timers, stumbling in to chance their arm at a PBH free fringe event; audience returning for consecutive nights, bringing friends to witness the magic man and a whole host of locals returning to ...

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Impossible – Palace Theatre, Manchester

Director: Lloyd Wood Reviewer: Matt Forrest It seems the world of magic and illusion are very much back in vogue at the moment. Magicians like Dynamo and Derren Brown are seldom off our television screens, battering our brains and leaving us in awe at how they have achieved their latest trick. However, more recently magic has gone full circle and ...

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The Illusionists – Shaftesbury Theatre, London

Conception: Simon Painter Director: Neil Dorward Reviewer: Dan Humphries The Illusionists are back in town and this time they’re sticking around. After a few years of short runs, The Illusionistshave unpacked their top hats for a Christmas run at The Shaftesbury Theatre, filled with all the glitz and glamour of Vegas, with live musicians and dancers galore. The show opens, ...

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Ghost The Musical – Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

Book &Lyrics: Bruce Joel Rubin Music &Lyrics: Dave Stewart &Glen Ballard Director: Matthew Warchus Reviewer: Holly Spanner [rating:4.5] Since premiering at the Manchester Opera House in early 2011, Ghost the Musical has enjoyed short runs in both the West End and on Broadway with the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff marking the first venue of the new UK tour. It ...

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