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Aaron Crow in Impossible at the Noel Coward Theatre

Tuesday, 18th Aug 2015  

New Cast Member Joins Show at the End of its Summer Run in the West End

The popular magic show Impossible has been entertaining audiences at the Noël Coward Theatre since late July, providing fans of magic and illusions with some spectacular sights. Now the show is heading into its final weeks, with an end-date of Saturday 29th August 2015 in sight.

But the show has one last trick up its sleeve to make this last week count as it announces a new addition to its cast in Aaron Crow, described in press material as a daredevil swordsman.

When the show first opened it already had a stellar cast of performers working under the direction of Anthony Owen. There was Jonathan Goodwin, the escapologist, Chris Cox, the minder reader, Katherine Mills, a mind games expert, Ben Hart, magician, Jamie Allan, a wizard in the field of technology, and Ali Cook.

Goodwin is set to step down from the show on Friday 21st August 2015, which leaves the stage set for Aaron Crow to step in.

Crow is perhaps best known to those considering picking up theatre tickets for his appearances on Britain’s Got Talent in series seven. The Belgian showman has wowed crowds for many years, being crowned in the World Championships Of Magic. So his appearance in Impossible ensures that the production continues to find some of the biggest names in magic.

Crow himself has this to say: “I’m thrilled and honoured to be joining Impossible alongside such a talented group of illusionists and magicians, and looking forward to bringing some of my magic to the West End for the last week of the run”.

Once Impossible closes its doors, the Noël Coward Theatre hands itself over to the next production – Photograph 51, which stars Nicole Kidman in a lead role. She plays Rosalind Franklin, a woman who had a hand in the discovery of the DNA double helix. The play runs from September to November under the direction of Michael Grandage.

Impossible, on the other hand, remains at the venue in the mean time. It is running at the Noël Coward Theatre until Saturday 29th August 2015. 

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