Magical Bones in Impossible at the Noel Coward Theatre
More Names Added to the Upcoming Magic Show in the West End
It was only recently that the magic show Impossible was announced for the Noël Coward Theatre, with an array of names like Jonathan Goodwin taking to the stage, and now there are an array of new faces to add to this as the production makes a casting announcement.
Amongst the newly recruited performers is Magical Bones, the London-based magician with a love of hip-hop, and he is announced alongside Luis De Matos and Ali Cook, who join the already revealed Goodwin, plus Jamie Allan, Chris Cox, Ben Hart and Katherine Mills.
Impossible has been anticipated as one of the biggest magical experiences in the capital this year and mixes illusions with magic and even utilising some of the latest technology to add more to the spectacle.
Magical Bones is better known as Richard Essien and whilst audiences will currently be more familiar with his work as a magician, the talented performer also has a hip-hop background as well, which should give those thinking of picking up theatre tickets an idea of what to expect. Over the years he has been seen on many stages and has also been there to work with some high profile names in the world of music, which has cemented his name in the industry. His presence on the stage of the Noël Coward Theatre for Impossible should ensure even more attention for this already-anticipated show.
Meanwhile, co-star Ali Cook will also be recognisable thanks to his numerous credits on the stage, the small screen and the big screen. His credits range from the films Kajaki to television shows like Monkey Magic and one-man stage shows like Principles And Deceptions at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Impossible isn’t the only illusion-based show to head to the West End this year as Derren Brown has also announced his latest production Miracle, which heads to the Palace Theatre. It means that fans of the art will have plenty to choose from this year when they head to the capital.
Impossible is at the Noël Coward Theatre from Monday 27th July 2015.