- 16 Oct 15
The magician's Irish stops will be mammoth stands
Phenomenal demand has seen Dynamo add six arena dates to his Irish stop next March, to go with the four shows already announced.
His March 9 & 10 shows at The SSE Arena in Belfast will now be complemented by shows on Friday 11, and Saturday 12, as well as a matinee performance on Sunday 13. His trip to Dublin the following weekend will follow a similar format; the previously announced shows on (16 & 17) are now merely the warm-up to three more performances (18, 19, and matinee on 20).
It's the first time that the Englishman brings his bag of tricks to our shores, and a massive production is promised for fans this side of the Irish Sea.
The man himself - Steven Frayne to the taxman - is certainly looking forward, commenting: “After four series of Magician Impossible, I was ready for a new challenge and for a long time I have wanted to take my show to the stage. I am hoping that like I did for magic on TV, I can reinvent the live magic show and produce something fans have never seen before. This is something I have been working towards for the last 20 years and I can’t wait to amaze audiences what I have in store for them. I can’t wait to get to Dublin, one of my favourite cities and it’s the perfect place for us to finish the tour.”
Tickets for all shows - priced from £35.50 for Belfast and €33.50 for Dublin, are on sale now.