Britain's Got Talent star Darcy Oake's magical spectacular set to leave Edinburgh spellbound - here's where to see it
WHEN he appeared on Britain's Got Talent, Simon Cowell declared, “We are witnessing the birth of a star”. Now that 'star' Darcy Oake is heading to Edinburgh with his 'magical spectacular'.
Following a sell-out London show last Halloween, dare devil Darcy Oake is set to take the country by storm as he embarks on a 12 date UK tour, which will bring him to The Caves on 22 March.
Oake will be flipping traditional magic on its head to deliver a magical Spectacular in a truly unique way, for the first time ever, he will perform to an audience that will move around throughout the show allowing them to get up close and personal to a plethora of breath-taking, logic-bending illusions
The fully immersive, interactive experience will see the magician performing never before seen material fusing grand old traditional magic with his very own edgy twist.
He says, "I am so thrilled to be touring up and down the UK performing my brand new show. It is a stunning extravaganza of illusions that will challenge all logic. Proving the impossible is possible this is going to be an evening of breath taking magic that is daring, death defying and dangerous. It will literately blow your mind."
His electrifying 2014 breakthrough performance on Britain’s Got Talent, which has now been watched by more than 200 million people worldwide, catapulted Oake into the spotlight as he proved the impossible is possible and demonstrated magic can still be young, fresh and dare devilish.
Making such an impact on the UK show the US beckoned and in 2016 he made a guest appearance on America’s Got Talent leaving the judges once again in awe of his talent. Since then he has been delighted audiences worldwide performing his jaw dropping magic - soon it will be Edinburgh's turn.
His unmissable show promises a magical mix of breath-taking, mind-bending and jaw dropping illusions. Always fierce and dangerous, be prepared to have your mind blown!
The Caves, Niddry Street South, Sunday 22 March, 7pm, £23, www.ticketmaster.co.uk/