Deadpan humour and jaw-dropping magic tricks in Piff Dragon Show

Barton Seagrave, Latimer Community Arts College, 'School celebrating 10th anniversary of the Masque Theatre. ''Thursday, 30 April 2009'
Barton Seagrave, Latimer Community Arts College, 'School celebrating 10th anniversary of the Masque Theatre. ''Thursday, 30 April 2009'
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Deadpan humour and “jaw-dropping magic tricks” are said to form the basis of the latest Piff The Magic Dragon Show.

In the past year, Piff has performed a hit season at the Sydney Opera House, worked with The Muppets at Radio City Music Hall in New York and opened for Mumford & Sons on their recent UK tour.

And now he is bringing his new Piff The Magic Dragon Show to The Masque Theatre in Kettering, one of only six theatres outside London to stage the new act before its official opening at the Edinburgh Festival.

A spokesman said: “Recently crowned Stage Magician of The Year by The Magic Circle, Piff has had an incredible two years kicked-off by a stand-out appearance on ITV1’s Penn & Teller: Fool Us.

“Piff’s appearance was an instant sensation, racking up over eight million views on YouTube. Piff’s act wouldn’t be complete without his trusty sidekick Mr Piffles, the world’s first magic performing chihuahua.”

The show will be performed on Friday, July 12, at 8pm.

Tickets cost £10. For more details about the production, visit www.masquekettering.co.uk. The Masque Theatre can be found at The Latimer Arts College in Castle Way, Barton Seagrave.