Join two of London’s finest magicians – Tony Middleton ‘Sonic’ and Dominick Zwolinski – stars of the sell out show Sleight of Hand on the Strand at the world famous Savoy Hotel – in a new show at the 5 star Macdonald Hotel in Bath. Against the luxurious backdrop of the historic wood paneled Admiralty Room, used by Winston Churchill for private meetings, this immersive theatrical experience will take you on a journey into the history of conjuring. Discover impossible illusions, forgotten feats, and intriguing stories from the magic’s past in a unique and memorable setting.
About the Magicians
Tony Middleton ‘Sonic’
Resident Magician at the Sheraton Grand Park Lane Hotel, Tony is the headliner of the 5 star sell out show The Magic Hour – running weekly for over 5 years – and a producer of London’s finest parlour magic shows. He was featured on Penn & Teller: Fool Us, and a finalist in the Magic Circle Stage Magician of the Year 2018. He has performed from Rome to Rio de Janeiro, including appearances at Claridges, The NED, Manderian Oriental, National Portrait Gallery, National Theatre, and St Pancras Renaissance, where he was Resident Magician for over a year. Along the way he has performed for / alongside Sir Roger Moore, Jonathan Ross, Gary Barlow, Jools Holland, and Prunella Scales. His book Performing Magic, with forewords by legendary magicians Paul Daniels & David Berglas, was released to critical acclaim back in 2011.
Dominick has been performing magic professionally for 20 years. His sleight of hand has been seen by film stars like Jim Carrey who exclaimed ‘Burn him – he’s a witch!’ to politicians like Boris Johnson. Corporations including PwC, BBC and top hotels like Savoy have used his magical talents to enliven their events.
He is a member of the exclusive Magic Circle and his hands stunt doubled on Sky Atlantic’s ‘Lucky Man’ and Series 9 of ITV’s ‘Lewis’.
Standard tickets: £30.00
Premium tickets: £40.00 – the organisers will allocate these seats and you will have a personalised note on your reserved seat.
EarlyBird tickets: £19.50 (subject to availability) – available for April and May Standard tickets only, limit of 14 EarlyBird discounted tickets per show. Discount will apply automatically to Standard tickets only.
Please note: in exceptional circumstances only, the artist line up may be subject to change.