DANNY BUCKLER's MAGIC SALON
BATH COMEDY FESTIVAL - 28th March
Danny Buckler comes to Bath Comedy Festival with his Magic Salons
The magic show where the world’s finest trick artists
perform headline sets before sharing their insights
about magic with our genial host.
Danny will present three of the biggest names in magic for an evening of illusion, card tricks and mystery in a chat show revealing how a magician’s mind works.
Danny will welcome to his Bath stage:
Star of 'Wizard Wars with Penn and Teller' and Discovery's 'Breaking Magic' – BILLY KIDD
Voted Number One close-up magician by the Magic Circle – ANDI GLADWIN
Mindreader – DOUG SEGAL
It was the summer of 2004 in Canada where Billy Kidd witnessed a magician entertain a crowd of people on the street, passed his hat, and then did more. Two years later Billy left her job, her friends and her country to become one of the few female magicians working in the world today!
Since then she has been performing close up magic and stage shows all over the world from Cruise ships to Outdoor Festivals, from Hollywood’s Magic Castle to some of the most prestigious hotels in Dubai. Billy also helped create and perform magic for 'O2 Load and Go' advert was seen on the 'BBC Xmas Lectures' stars in Discovery Channel series 'Breaking Magic / The Magic of Science' and is a featured magician on Syfy’s new series 'Wizard Wars with Penn & Teller'.
With over 15 years experience, professional close-up magician ANDI GLADWIN was voted number one young close-up magician by the Magic Circle, has appeared on TV numerous times and has performed in Las Vegas for a magic television special as well as performing in Washington, DC for President Obama's Inauguration.
DOUG SEGAL is an exciting new kind of entertainer combining comedy with seeming feats of mind control.
He has been described by TimeOut magazine as “the UK’s best kept entertainment secret”.
The Metro newspaper said “one of the funnier more entertaining mental illusionists”.
He has won awards for the Best Cabaret Brighton Fringe 2012, and the Three Weeks Editors Award for being one of the ten best things (out of 2,700) at Edinburgh Fringe 2012.
“Simply brilliant ★★★★★” – The Sunday Express