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Fatal Distraction is coming to town

Fatal Distraction is coming to town Fatal Distraction is coming to town
Updated: 9:09 am, May 07, 2015

THE STAR of BBC Three show Killer Magic is on his way to his Evesham Arts Centre with his show ‘Fatal Distraction’.

Chris Cox is the geeky multi-award-winning mindreader, who can’t read minds.

His multi-five-star, award winning show Fatal Distraction, is a mind-blowing, hilarious and magical theatrical experience.

Part comedy, part rom-com, part play, all mind-reading you can marvel as Chris does things no human should be able to do.

He’ll read minds, control coincidence, wonder whether love is the only real bit of magic in this world and let you control the outcome of the show.

Breathtakingly accurate, his predictions are a mongrel hybrid mix of psychology, magic, body language, influencing, comedy, devilish good looks, and lying.

He constantly astonishes audiences with cutting-edge and highly imaginative stunts, charmingly delivered with a warm and mischievous sense of fun.

Chris has performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the Royal Opera House and toured the UK and New Zealand.

He’s appeared with Frank Skinner, Simon Amstell and Mark Watson, ridden on Jonathan Ross’s shoulders and been the support act for his friend Tim Minchin.

Apart from Killer Magic, Chris has featured on BBC TV’s ‘The Culture Show’, ‘The Mentalist Revealed’ and ‘Dick and Dom’s Funny Business’.

His show is suitable for anyone aged 10 and above and begins at 8pm on Friday, February 20.

Tickets are £15 (£14 for pensioners, under-16s and members) and available from the Almonry 01386 446944.

Visit www.EveshamArtsCentre.co.uk for more information.

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