Two (£9), Four (£16) or Six (£24) Tickets to Richard Leigh’s Festival of Magic in July or August from False Impressions (Up to 67% off)
- Magic production company celebrating its 10th birthday
- Barons Court Theatre located within The Curtain's Up pub
- Close to Barons Court and West Kensington tube stations
- Various shows running from 19 July to 25 August
- 70 minute show time
- New and classic illusions
- One to four performances daily
- Family friendly entertainment
- 10pm show is adults only
Limit 1 per group (2, 4 or 6 people). May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Present printed Groupon at the box office for tickets on the day. New clients only. 10pm show is adults only. Valid on purchased option only. Original value based on adult rate. Original values verified 29 March 2012 at 11.25am.
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Great magic can take your breath away, but if the magician can’t pull it out of the bag, all you’ve lost is your pet bunny. Don’t be disillusioned with today’s Groupon from False Impressions. Choose from the following options:• £9 for two tickets to Richard Leigh’s Festival of Magic on one selected date from 19 July to 25 August (Up to 63% off)
• £16 for four tickets to Richard Leigh’s Festival of Magic on one selected date from 19 July to 25 August (Up to 67% off)
• £24 for six tickets to Richard Leigh’s Festival of Magic on one selected date from 19 July to 25 August (Up to 67% off)
About The Event
Pennies hiding behind ears and rabbits inhabiting hats take a back seat for five weeks of expert sorcery as magician and company director Richard Leigh unleashes his Festival of Magic on Baron’s Court Theatre. The theatre tucked inside The Curtain’s Up pub makes for intimate enchantments as the magical production company celebrates its tenth birthday by inviting back old acts and creating brand new illusions. The Side Show of Wonders is a family-friendly matinee based in an old-school circus and fairground, while The Magic Symphony is a mash up of classical music and contemporary card tricks.
While some shows conjure close up trickery and nerve wracking brain scramblers, the bar is on hand with real ales and pub grub to ease baffled minds. The theatre holds approximately 60 awe-struck audience members in its Kensington hideout, in a reality vortex equidistant from West Kensington and Barons Court underground stations. Many shows offer suitable entertainment for pint sized patrons, with shows upping their curtains at a bedtime friendly 3pm, while the dark and dangerous Magick and Mayhem show has a strictly adult only 10pm start.
Variety of show times from 19 July to 25 August
Barons Court Theatre in The Curtain's Up pub
Choice of family or adult-only shows
Each show lasts approximately 70 minutes
Exchange Groupon for tickets at box office on day of selected performance
Close to Barons Court and West Kensington stations
Soft Cabaret (19 to 21 July; 3pm, 6pm, 8pm)
Momentum Magic (26 to 28 July; 3pm, 6pm, 8pm)
The Magic Cavern (Every Sunday; 3pm, and 2 to 4 August; 3pm, 6pm, 8pm)
The Sideshow of Wonders (9 to 11 August; 3pm, 6pm, 8pm) The Magic Symphony (16 to 18 August; 3pm, 6pm, 8pm) The Ice Cave (23 to 25 August; 3pm, 6pm, 8pm) Magick and Mayhem (Every Thu, Fri, and Sat 10pm)