After appearing on the BBC One show and wowing the audience with a grand scale live illusion, Canadian magician Darcy Oake is now out on his first ever Nationwide UK tour.
Emerging in the world of illusion as a new generation of contemporary mysticism he has quickly established himself as one of the most exciting performers in magic right now.
In June 2014 over 200 million viewers tuned in to Britain’s Got Talent to witness the birth of a phenomenon: the unveiling of an electrifying new illusionist, Darcy Oake. From sleight of hand to death-defying escapades, this master magician grabbed the world’s attention, ushering in an exciting new era of an age-old art form. Darcy is a performance artist whose modern interpretation gratifies the hunger of audiences seeking spectacle and nail-biting feats of illusion. Inspired by classic sleights of hand techniques, Darcy transports the crowd to another dimension with exhilarating visuals and logic-defying exploits.
Since delving into the craft at the age of only eight, Darcy’s fresh approach has earned him multiple awards, including the prestigious People’s Choice Gold Medal, which he received from the Pacific Coast Association of Magicians. He has since gone on to become an international magic champion and headlined at the iconic Magic Castle, made numerous international television appearances, toured the globe and will now headline his first ever UK tour this Autumn.
At the end of the tour, the illusionist is set to return to the screen with his very own one-hour magic special, Darcy Oake: Edge of Reality on Saturday 27 December at 9.50pm on ITV.
Darcy Oake will appear at Manchster’s O2 Apollo on Friday 18 September 2015.
To celebrate Darcy Oake coming to Manchester, we have two sets of tickets to his show at the O2 Apollo on 18 September 2015 to give away. Simply like the post on our facebook page and leave your name in the comments section or re-tweet our twitter post to enter. Winner to be selected at random 1.00pm on Thursday 17 September 2015. For full terms and conditions see here.
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