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This was the best magic show on television for a very long time, best bits were Pete Firmans disgusting tricks in particular the mouse in blender. Barry and Stuarts sections, from their little magic sketch, to the killing of Dr Fox. Jonathon Goodwing was also hilarious.
They have done thing Paul Daniels never could of. There was lots of comedy. The shows main performers were the hilarious Monkey magic lads, joined by Barry and Stuart, an evil hypnotist, a couple of guest celebrities. And a few guest magicians including Penn and Teller performing their bullet catch.
It has had much stick from the magic world, claiming it is to disgusting, and their isn't enough emphasis on magic etc. This is not a children's magic show, it is not a family show, don't watch it with your Gran, she won't like it. It is a show designed to compete with other late night Friday shows, and is similar in taste. Nick
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