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The Vanishing Man, Pleasance Courtyard (Pleasance Two) – Review

The Vanishing Man, Edinburgh Fringe 2018 - courtesy of Alex Brenner (6)

Pros: Simon Evans’s close-up magic tricks are brilliant. Cons: Those who are led to believe that there will be a vanishing act performed on stage might feel disappointed. Drawing from the life of Edwardian magician Hugo Cedar, theatre veterans Simon Evans and David Aula try to deconstruct on stage with The Vanishing Man the greatest magic trick ever performed and never revealed. In the early morning of June 20th 1930, Cedar stood silent and motionless on London Bridge for over ...

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The Enchanted – The Bunker – Review

Credit: Dina T

  Pros: A compelling central performance from Corey Montague-Sholay who gives feeling and depth to his role as narrator, and a story that grips when allowed space to do so. Cons: Too much distracts from the central story, for the sake of cleverness. Heading to the Bunker tonight just felt so surreal that it surely had to affect my views on this show. For those who are unaware of this highly unique theatre in a converted underground car park: it ...

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