Aaron Crow joins Impossible at the Noel Coward Theatre
Described as having a "unique and compelling approach to magic", Crow fuses suspense and dangerous stunts with a winning charm and explores the positive theme of facing and overcoming our fears. He got to the semi-final of ITV's Britain's Got Talent, where he chopped a pineapple in half on top of Ant McPartlin's head while blind-folded.
Billed as "the biggest magic show in decades" Impossible features the very best magicians and tricksters from around the world, and had its world premiere on 24 July 2015 running to 29 August 2015.
Directed by Anthony Owen, the producer and magic consultant behind Channel 4's Derren Brown, this new production brings eight world-leading performers together live on-stage for the very first time. Featuring a range of magical artistry, from astonishing acts of epic proportions to dumbfounding up-close sleight of hand, be ready to be mesmerized and baffled by these incredible illusionists.
Crow joins the other acts which include modern-day Houdini, daredevil and TV escapologist Jonathan Goodwin mind-reader Chris Cox; psychological trickster Katherine Mills, magician Ben Hart and digital marvel Jamie Allan.