Magical Bones brings break-dancing magic show to Theatre Royal Winchester in April

Magical Bones brings break-dancing magic show to Theatre Royal Winchester in April

Following a successful run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where he performed to packed houses, one of the hottest British talent’s from the magic scene, breakdancing magician and finalist of Britain’s Got Talent, Magical Bones, is set to embark on a national tour with his acclaimed unique high energy magic show, Soulful Magic, bringing him to Theatre Royal Winchester on April 16th. 

Bones brings a set of powerful illusions intertwined with great stories, beautiful music, lots of laughter and the coolest break-dance moves. 

Bones’s appeal lies in his ability to effortlessly combine intricate sleight of hand with mesmerizing illusions and jaw-dropping break-dance moves. 

Speaking on Soulful Magic, Bones says: “I couldn’t be more eager to go on tour and keep on sharing my passion with the world. I’ve always used magic to share my experiences of street culture and lifestyle and all the heroes that have inspired me – this show is a testament to all these things.” 

Versatile, ingenious, and dynamic, Bones has quietly built a loyal following through the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, West End and multiple TV appearances, including his performances as a finalist on Britain’s Got Talent, which the judges described as the ‘best-presented magic act I’ve ever seen!’ 

 Magical Bones started his career as a professional hip-hop dancer, he was given the nickname ‘Bones’ because of his hard-hitting dance style. He went on to establish himself as a respected and prominent figures within the UK hip-hop scene, working with some of the biggest names in the music industry including Madonna, Alicia Keys and Plan B, and is the featured dancer in the music video of Mint Royals’ number 1 smash hit single, Singing in The Rain.


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