|The electrifying Magic Night appears on the first and third Friday of the month, at Madame Jojo's
* Friday, 7th June 2013
A mind reader who doesn’t read minds, he is one of the UK’s best magical entertainers with a string of accolades and awards under his belt. He brings contemporary mentalism, illusion, magic and humour to all his shows. Awesomely brilliant, clever and fun, don’t miss him!
‘Does Tricks that would make Jesus proud! Remarkable.’ Time Out
‘One of the most exciting entertainers in Britain’ The Guardian.
Is a brilliant character comedian, having achieved his record of 50 impressions in 2 minutes, he has now extended this and lets the audience choose the characters and the situations and acts them out. This is everything from hilarious, rude and clever.
Anil Desai is a prolific actor and comic with a string of TV credits and one-man shows, most notably ‘Goodness Gracious Me’ BBC.
"Uniquely entertaining...consistently funny and memorable"
* * * * Three Weeks
"A Tour-de-force of impressions...side-splittingly funny... Desai is ridiculously talented...Stardom is beckoning"
* * Edinburgh Guide
Stu Turner combines magic, comedy, visual humour and pure nonsense in an off beat and highly entertaining style. Stu has appeared not only at the London Palladium and Her Majestys Theatre, but also supported Bob Monkhouse at Lakeside Country Club. Recently, he was invited to perform at Windsor Castle, although that turned out to be a pretty grotty little pub
Keep your eye out for Stu as he crops up on the cabaret scene, and he'd like to point out that he's especially proud that Penn & Teller fooled him!
Dave loosely an hilarious and exciting comedy magician from london, his spectacular tricks mixed with his infectious persona has created an exciting act on the scene.
Lexi Heart: The Singing Magician
You will find her somewhere between last night's make up and tomorrow's hangover, a dishevelled heroine mixing magic, melody and mayhem into darkly comic songs. Sometimes sad, sometimes silly, always magical, Lexi carries us through her bizarre world and unsettles our reality as she goes.
'Jessica Rabbit crossed with Paul Daniels' Jazz FM
'a world of trickery elegantly evoked' The Stage
'casually magnificent magic' The Morning Star
Magic Night : The first and third Friday of the month
Doors: open 7pm, show 7.45 sharp, After Party at The Good Foot until 3am
* £14 including entry to The Good Foot , in advance or on the door, subject to availability.
* Show ticket plus dinner and club entry: £25, includes reserved seating.
Tickets: Click me to purchase (or call Ticket Web on 08444 77 1000)