This week we have Magical Bones as our profiled magician.
I hold Magical Bones responsible for grabbing my interest in Zoom Magic. I booked my first Zoom Magic show with Magical Bones back in May this year. It was a really good show and grabbed my attention that interactive Zoom Magic can work. Since then, I have booked many Zoom shows.
As well as being able to book a private Zoom show with Magical Bones, I was also able to attend the public Zoom show “A kind of magic”. Equally good.
Magical Bones is the guise of Richard Essien. You need to watch him this year as he is my tip to win Britain’s Got Talent for 2020. His audition was amazing and I am looking forward to his future BGT performances.
Magical Bones has future live tour dates and I am looking forward to seeing his show next year.
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Considered one of the most exciting talents to emerge from the UK Magic scene in years, Magical Bones has been entertaining audiences globally for over a decade.
Starting out his career as a professional hip-hop dancer, he was given the nickname ‘Bones’ because of his hard-hitting dance style. An exceptionally skilled break-dancer and a gifted showman, Bones established himself as one of the most respected and prominent figures within the UK hip-hop dance scene.
He has worked with globally recognised artists including Madonna, Alicia Keys and Plan B, and is the featured dancer in the music video of Mint Royals’ No. 1 smash hit single, ‘Singing In the Rain’.
Now focusing on his career as a magician, Bones has starred in the TV magic series, Around the World in 80 Tricks, which has been shown in over 60 million homes across the world. He regularly tours internationally with the hit West End magic show, IMPOSSIBLE, was selected as the closing act of the prestigious BAFTA Awards and has had a sold-out tour at Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival in 2019.
2020 marks a new chapter in Bones’ trajectory as he headlines his first National UK Tour, Black Magic.