POSTPONED - Funny Way To Be Comedy – Ben Hart: Wonder (12+)

@ The Witham

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20 February 2021

Please note this event has been postponed to the 20th February 2021 due to COVID-19.

Britain’s Got Talent 2019 finalist, West End star and multi award-winning magician Ben Hart is embarking on his debut solo tour.

Described by David Walliams as ‘the living embodiment of magic’, Ben has recently played to royalty, heads of state and celebrities, in West End theatres, international arenas and on dozens of UK and international TV appearances (including his own series on BBC Three, The One Show and BBC One’s “Now You See It”).
Expect his most mind-blowing and exciting magic in a show that shines a light on magic, life, the universe and the darkest corners of your imaginations. With the simplest of props, using the objects and minds of the audience, Ben Hart conjures an altogether new kind of magic.

“Unbelievable! That was unbelievable…Really…I’m shocked” Simon Cowell
“Utterly enchanting”   Daily Mail
“Mind-blowing… supreme master of the vanishing act. He really is a must see. Don’t miss him”  The Advertiser
“Makes sceptics become believers”   Broadway Baby
“Ben Hart will have you believing in magic”   GlamAdelaide
“All together a new species of conjuror”     West End Wilma
Age guidance: 12+

Venue
3 Horse Market
Barnard Castle
DL12 8LY

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