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Magic on the cards at St George’s as Paul Daniels set to take to the stage

PUBLISHED: 11:19 03 October 2014 | UPDATED: 11:20 03 October 2014

Paul Daniels

Paul Daniels

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Two of the UK’s favourite entertainers are taking to the road again this autumn with another fantastic evening of their favourite magic tricks and brand new illusions never performed in public before.

Paul Daniels and Debbie McGee will be heading to St George’s Theatre in Great Yarmouth on Friday, November 14.

Paul and Debbie haven’t stopped since they burst onto our screens on the BBC in 1979. The Paul Daniels Magic Show topped the ratings. Their last two nationwide tours, Hair Today Gone Tomorrow and From Legend to Leg End, garnered critical acclaim and sold out in many venues across the country, proving that indeed people still like it – a lot!

In May this year, Paul was awarded the prestigious Golden Grolla award, one of the most ancient Italian film awards which expanded beyond the film industry to include other art forms. The Masters of Magic Congress awarded it this year to Paul for his outstanding services to magic.

Paul has also designed special effects for stage and screen including Cats, Phantom of the Opera, the Nutcracker and Hollywood movie Return to Oz. He has also developed a career in motivational speaking.

Debbie has fulfilled a lifelong dream as artistic director and choreographer of the highly successful classical ballet company, Ballet Imaginaire and since June 2008 she presents her own Sunday morning radio show on BBC Radio Berkshire


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