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WIN tickets to see MAGIC GOES WRONG in the West End

Mischief, the team behind The BBC series The Goes Wrong Show and The Play That Goes Wrong, conjures up the grand return of
MAGIC GOES WRONG in the West End this autumn. You can join them.

Magic Goes Wrong

Join a hapless gang of moderately skilled and accident-prone magicians presenting a charity fundraiser. As the accidents spiral out of control, so does their fundraising target!

Created with Magic legends Penn & Teller, this evening of grand illusion with breath-taking tricks and typical Mischief comedy will tickle your funny bones and fill you with wonder.

MAGIC GOES WRONG opened to critical acclaim and was nominated for Best Entertainment or Comedy at the 2020 Olivier Awards. Be astounded and surprised by a magic show like no other!

MAGIC GOES WRONG will be reappearing at the Apollo Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue from 21 October. To book your tickets (from £27.50) visit magicgoeswrong.com


For your chance to win a pair of tickets to see MAGIC GOES WRONG, simply send your answer to the following question with your name, email address and contact number to competitions@theamerican.co.uk with MAGIC in the subject line.

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MAGIC GOES WRONG is co-created by Mischief and the American magicians Penn & Teller. Which of them is usually silent during their own shows?


A) Penn
B) Teller
C) Both of them

Terms and Conditions:
Deadline for entries is 5.00pm on October 30, 2021.
One winner will receive a pair of tickets to see Magic Goes Wrong at the Apollo Theatre Shaftesbury Avenue, valid for Sunday and Tuesday to Thursday performances from November 2 - 25, 2021, subject to availability. No cash alternative. Travel and accommodation not included.
The editor's decision is final. The American's publishers accept no liability.

Magic Goes Wrong




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