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IMPOSSIBLE

Noel Coward Theatre, London

IMPOSSIBLE - Noel Coward Theatre, London

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  • IMPOSSIBLE - Noel Coward Theatre
  • IMPOSSIBLE - Noel Coward Theatre
  • IMPOSSIBLE - Noel Coward Theatre
  • IMPOSSIBLE - Noel Coward Theatre
  • IMPOSSIBLE - Noel Coward Theatre
Sometimes audiences crave magic and illusion and this can be seen with the numerous television and stage shows that have captured imaginations over the centuries. Recent years have seen some successful appearances from the likes of Derren Brown and this tradition mind-bending performances continues year after year.
 
One such West End venue, the Noël Coward Theatre, has a long history with illusion and in 2015 it welcomes magic back to its stage as it hosts the premiere of an anticipated new show, Impossible. Mixing expert direction with spectacular performances from some of the country’s best, the production is likely to be a must-see event for audiences-goers looking for some magic this summer.
 
With the capital full of stand-out musicals and plays, Impossible will provide a contrast to all that with some mind-bending displays that will leave audiences awestruck.
 
To do so the show recruits director Anthony Owen, who has worked with some of the best illusionists of our time, including Derren Brown, and will now direct the likes of Jonathan Goodwin, escapologist, Chris Cox, mind reader, Ben Hart, magician, Katherine Mills, an expert of mind games, and Jamie Allan, a real technological wizard. The results will translate into one of the most talked-about shows of the year.
 
Jonathan Goodwin has numerous television credits to his name, ensuring plenty of those with theatre tickets recognise him when he takes to the stage. His work includes shows like The Seven Stupidest Things To Escape From, Balls Of Steel and Dirty Tricks, to name but a few, and it is clear that he is a fearless entertainer willing to engage in death defying acts to create an unbeatable spectacle.
 
The show comes to the Noël Coward Theatre in a year in which the venue is mostly occupied with plays. It follows the likes of Death Of A Salesman at the venue and precedes another hotly anticipated production in Photograph 51 with Nicole Kidman.  It also appears in the capital in a year that is set to see the return of the spectacular La Soiree. 
 
Impossible is at the Noël Coward Theatre from Monday 27th July 2015.

Show & Venue Information

Noel Coward Theatre
Noel Coward Theatre
St Martin's Lane
London
WC2N 4AU

Booking From

Friday, 24 July 2015

Booking To

Saturday, 27 August 2016

Running Time

2h30min, it may vary. Monday to Saturday at 7.30pm and Tuesday and Saturday at 3pm

Show Status:

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