Crime Scene Illusion
What secrets does your handwriting hold? How reliable is your memory? How can you tell if somebody is lying? How can blood patterns help to solve a mystery? The answers may surprise you. The show certainly will.
“An innovative combination of forensic science and magic” (Voice Magazine)
Appearing for the first time at Brighton Fringe Festival, Crime Scene Illusion is an exploration of crime scene investigation through the use of storytelling and magic. Written and presented by Tracy Wise, Crime Scene Illusion presents magic in an innovative way creating an engaging, entertaining and interactive show
“Wise is a winning entertainer. It’s rare to see a magic show with such a clear sense of purpose, or a magician who’s so comfortable with a high-concept theme. I enjoyed it immensely… and if you’ve ever lapped up a police drama, I’m sure that you will too.” (Fringe Guru)
Come join us for a wonderful 2 course set meal followed by a wonderful interactive show.
£32 per person
To book please call today on:
01702 899 222
Upcoming 2023 show dates:
“Wise utilises her enigmatic skill set of magic tricks to elevate group participation to a degree I have yet to observe in any fringe event.” (Voice Magazine)
approximate timings - some timings may adjust over the evening.
6:45pm to 7:15pm - arrival (your arrival time will be confirmed on booking)
7:15pm - main course served
8.45pm - show commences
10pm - show finished
“Crime Scene Illusion is a clever genre mash-up, which combines well-executed magic tricks with a satisfying detective back-story, in an impressive hour of crime-themed chicanery.” (Fringe Guru)
Deposits & Cancellations
All bookings require full payment to secure your booking. Deposits per person will be forfeited should you decide to cancel your booking or party members fail to attend. Should a customer choose either to cancel in advance or not attend, regardless of the reason, it is the Royal Hotel’s policy that the deposit or full payment is not refunded. Also, a customer deposit cannot be transferred to offset part of another customer’s bill.