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Magician of the Week - Piff the Magic Dragon

I first saw Piff on Penn & Teller. And I have also been aware of his tv appearances on America’s and Britain’s got Talent.

Ive always found what I have seen to be amusing as Piff is of course a comedy magician.

I don’t know as much about Piff as other artists so it seems like a good idea to learn, hence selecting as Magician of the week.

Piff does arrange Zoom shows. UK friendly times are sometimes advertised. I did have a show booked once but it was 3am GMT so it didn’t work out for me that day! Lol.

A popular artist who is a UK magician but now based in the US. Has appeared in Las Vegas.

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Piff along with his trusty sidekick Mr Piffles - The World’s Only Magic Performing Chihuahua™, and Las Vegas Showgirl, Jade Simone, perform a one-of-a-kind comedy and magic show suitable for eight to eighty year olds. Opening in 2015 at the iconic Flamingo Hotel and Casino in The Piff the Magic Dragon Theatre, Piff has broken all box office records, selling out nightly and earning a reputation as one of the city's most sought-after shows.

Following breakout appearances on “AGT” (NBC) and “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” (CW), Piff and Mr Piffles have performed to hundreds of thousands in some of the most iconic venues across the globe including Radio City Music Hall, Shakespeare’s Globe, the O2 and the Sydney Opera House. Last year alone, he was honored with three gold medals including “Best Comedian,” “Best Magician” and “Best Headliner” in the 2019 Best of Las Vegas Awards, won the 2019 CEA Casino Comedian of the Year Award and named one of the 10 Comics to Watch in 2019 by Variety Magazine. His highly anticipated one-hour special featuring his good friend, Penn Jillette, is in final edit. Previously, Piff opened for Mumford & Sons on their UK Tour of Two Halves and even graced the cover of their Grammy award winning album Babel.

Call him unique, call him an icon, whatever you call him, Piff will leave you asking…

"How are you going to top a guy in a dragon suit?" (New York Times)






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