CHRIS COX – FATAL DISTRACTION
THE MIND READER WHO CAN’T READ MINDS
BRISTOL HOMECOMING SHOW AT THE TOBACCO FACTORY THEATRE,
24th SEPTEMBER 2012 AT 8PM
‘One of the most exciting entertainers in Britain….The hottest ticket in town’ The Guardian
‘Brilliant, he’ll blow your mind’ Ricky Gervais
Close your eyes. Now think of a song or a picture. What would you like Chris Cox to do? Draw the image? Dance the routine? Because he knows what’s going on in your mind and he reckons he can do what you’re thinking of. You’ll be left educated, shocked, amazed and probably attracted to him. Even likes of Dannii Minogue, Kelly Osbourne, Agyness Deyn, Tim Minchin and Jonathan Ross are huge fans.
Chris Cox is an accomplished and most-loved magician and comedian, who delights audiences using a combination of quick wit, magic, psychology, body language, influencing, devilish good looks… and lying, to make you think he knows what you’re thinking. All this helps him to produce the critically acclaimed, award winning show Fatal Distraction, which is framed on the story of a relationship. Cox, who wears his heart on his sleeve, re-evaluates love and rejection and enables audiences to reconsider his undoubtedly accurate talent and exuberant personality.
Cox returns to his home town of Bristol for one night only having toured the world whilst picking up a heap of 5 star reviews along the way. Cox has made appearances on BBC Radio 1, The Mentalist Revealed (C5), Dick & Dom’s Funny Business (BBC Two) and Little Howard’s Big Question (BBC One) he’s also part of the Bafta nominated team as the man who brought magic to BBC’s Merlin.
‘Does tricks that would make Jesus proud. Very funny. Remarkable ****’ Time Out
‘Stunning…. has other magicians scratching their heads.’ The Times
‘Astonishing feats of jiggery-pokery; a kind of Derren Brown for the E4 generation, blessed with oodles of on-stage pep.’ The Independent
‘Genuinely baffling… very impressive *****’ The Sunday Express
VENUE: The Tobacco Factory Theatre
DATES: Monday 24th September 2012 at 8pm.
TICKET PRICES: £14
BOX OFFICE: 0117 902 0344