London’s longest running theatrical magic show
EVERY SUNDAY AT 2.00pm
Playing EVERY SUNDAY at 2.00pm (Booking to 25th August 2019) With extra performances for the Summer holidays and returning for the Christmas season.
Sunday 7th July 2019 at 2.00pm
‘The Magic Cavern’ returns to London and the Barons Court Theatre for Christmas. Dates below:
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London’s long running theatrical magic show.
‘The Magic Cavern’ is London’s most intimate and atmospheric theatre show of magic for the whole family. Now in our 16th sensational year.
Richard Leigh opened at The Barons Court Theatre with ‘The Magic Cavern’ in 2002. It has become London’s long running theatrical magic show. Over 1100 performances. You won’t believe your eyes as you witness the seemingly impossible. Wherever you sit in this atmospheric venue, you are only a few feet away from the magic which happens literally under your very eyes.
This show is interactive and suitable for all the family. (6 years to 106)
For birthdays or other celebrations of any age, should you wish to nominate someone in your group to help on stage with one of the many effects in the show or would simply like a mention then please give names to the box office when you arrive at the theatre.
Created and Presented by the beguiling magician and showman Richard Leigh
A traditional show of mystery from the golden age of magic.
Duration: One hour and fifteen minutes. There is no interval.
‘All the magic is astounding but the are two tricks which simply defy belief – one with words, one with numbers. Take the whole family to witness and ponder in amazement, like we did. Do not miss this show’.
FIVE STARS – Jane McDowell for remotegoat.
If you were amazed by Darcy Oake’s random audience member numbers matching his credit card digits on ITV earlier tonight, then maybe a visit to The Magic Cavern is due. The longest running magic show in London sees Richard Leigh conjure up an even more mind baffling numbers trick in an impossible finale every Sunday Afternoon at Baron’s Court Theatre, downstairs at The Curtains Up pub.
The Lost Review – Nic Bennett
The Magic Cavern is a very special place ! Hidden away under a gastro pub in a backstreet of Barrons Court. Very small and very intimate, your right on top of the magic.This is the second performance Ive seen and the magician , Mr Leigh , was amazing. The final trick really blew me away and I am still thinking about it today !! Suitable for children and adults alike, this place is a real hidden gem
Patrick Johnson. 4 stars (4/5)
This is the second time that I have seen this marvellous magic show, firstly with a friend a few months ago and yesterday with a family group. We are all truly amazed at the skill of the magician – there are tricks to delight and astound the audience. Lots of fun for adults and children alike – highly recommended for a great afternoon out!
Sarah Greaves. 5 stars (5/5)
If you want to spend a cold Sunday afternoon being entertained, go and see this show. Most of the tricks were very good and the big trick at the end was unbelievable!!! My 12 year old nephew went straight home to research the tiricks. He loved the show.
Hilary Palmer. 4 stars (4/5)
The show is amazing. The magician’s tricks are so brilliant you’d expect to see this level of skill on television but the atmosphere in the cave-like cellar is far more exciting, as is seeing the magic so close. My children loved the show and so did the adults in our party and we all plan to go back again! Highly recommended. It’s also worth mentioning that the pub is lovely – we stayed on for drinks and a snack after the performance.
Ruth Javobs. 5 stars (5/5)
What a lovely way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Still trying to work out how the tricks are done and lovely to watch the childrens’ faces being amazed by what’s happening in front of them. A great little atmospheric venue. Absolutely recommend this show! The other plus side is the bar upstairs, lovely food.
Angelina Baker. 5 stars (5/5)
I took my son to see this show which fascinated the children as well as adults present in the audience. There was a group of children there celebrating a friend’s birthday and the magician ensured that all the children (and most adults too) were chosen to participate/help. The tricks were mind-boggling (and I have been to many magic shows) and was particularly impressed with the the magician’s talent with numbers. Amazing stuff!
Shirlene Cohen. 5 stars (5/5)