Magic show Impossible returns to the West End
The production will return to the Noel Coward Theatre for a limited run
Impossible is set to return to the West End for 60 performances from July 2016.
The production, which will feature a mix of stunts, technological trickery, stage illusions and close-up magic, will run at the Noel Coward Theatre.
The show will welcome back previous cast members including mind-reader Chris Cox, escapologist Jonathan Goodwin and magician Ben Hart as well as new members, illusionists Josephine Lee and Sabine Van Diemen and hip-hop magician Magical Bones.
You can read our review of the previous production here.
Producer Jamie Hendry commented: "We were overwhelmed by the welcome that London audiences showed Impossible last year and are delighted to be returning to the Noël Coward Theatre with a bigger show than ever before. I'm proud to welcome two of the world's leading female magicians, Josephine Lee and Sabine van Diemen to the company, and am excited about seeing audiences' reactions."
Impossible will run at the Noel Coward Theatre from 13 July to 27 August.