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‘Bringing magic and illusion to the heart of the West End, Wonderville encapsulates historical theatrics with the evolving traditions of variety entertainment. This family-friendly production at Palace Theatre is mastered under the watchful gaze of seasoned director Annabel Mutale Reed and the pastiche vaudevillian set designed by creative genius Justin Williams.’
‘With every act that appears on Justin Williams’ authentic set design that evokes the feel of an old music hall, it feels as though we are also taken on a journey through the history of magic and illusion acts.’
WONDERVILLE brings together some of the greatest illusionists live on stage in a breath-taking display of magic and illusion that will electrify, surprise and leave theatregoers in awe at what they are seeing.
Step inside the wonderous Palace Theatre and be transported to a variety performance like no other where the audiences are an integral part of the show – comedy, illusion, magic, entertainment and mystery make it a fun night for all the family.
You’ll be amazed, entertained and puzzled as this show like no other has to be seen to be believed!
Serving on the creative team are director Annabel Mutale Reed, set designer Justin Williams, costume designer Penn O’Gara, technical manager Dickson Cossar, general manager Carter Dixon Productions, co-general manager Ameena Hamid Productions, production manager John Rowland, company stage manager Luciano Macis, deputy stage manager Laura Mae-Parks, assistant stage manager Abbie Procter, head of sound Ollie Dudman, magic consultant Chris Cox, lead CAD assistant Ethan Cheek, design assistant James Rasa, lead scenic painters Charlotte Dennis and Carter Dixon, and assistant Bailey Harris-Kelly.
Wonderville is produced by John-Webb Carter and Jamie Chapman Dixon of Carter Dixon Productions, Stephen McGill of McGill Productions, and Piers Cottee-Jones of Piers Cottee-Jones Entertainment in association with Mitchell Reeve for M. Green Productions, Carlos Candal and Paul Mansfield, and Katy Galloway Productions.
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Even better, find out for yourself and join us at The Palace Theatre, tickets from £19.50
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