Magician Jamie Raven set to dazzle Tunbridge Wells

PUBLISHED: 16:15 25 January 2017 | UPDATED: 16:15 25 January 2017

Jamie Raven performing magic

Jamie Raven performing magic


Following success on Britain’s Got Talent, Mr Raven is doing a solo UK tour

Popular magician, Jamie Raven, is heading to Tunbridge Wells following a special series of intimate shows at The Magic Circle in London.

After headlining West End box office smash hit The Illusionists and selling out his own national theatre tour, Mr Raven’s place among the greats of magic has been cemented as he prepares to invite audiences for a evening of magic.

Mr Raven burst onto the magic scene during the 2015 series of ITV1’s Britain’s Got Talent. His magic not only amazed everyone, but his humble and charming style also captured the UK public’s hearts. He even made Simon Cowell exclaim, “I now finally believe in magic.”

His ambition was always to take his magic to a wider audience and BGT finally gave him that chance. His online videos have now been viewed over 200 million times, making him one of the most viewed magicians online in the world. Fans include Ne-Yo, Ashton Kutcher, Drake and Richard Branson.

Mr Raven will be coming to Tunbridge Wells’ Assembly Hall Theatre on February 9.

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