A REGULAR LITTLE HOUDINI

Written and performed by Daniel Llewelyn-Williams
17 Jan – 22 Feb 2020
 
 
17 Jan – 22 Feb 2020
Performances daily at 7.30pm, ex. Sundays

Ticket sales from 02 Dec 2019
 
 

SYNOPSIS


A REGULAR LITTLE HOUDINI is a beautiful, award-winning tour-de-force performance about hope and magic amidst the harsh reality of working class life in Edwardian Britain.

This magical one-man show is set in Newport, Wales at the turn of the last century and tells the touching coming of age story of Alan, a dockworker’s son. The boy dreams of a career as a magician, of emulating his hero, Harry Houdini’s death defying stunts – although following one’s dream is difficult when poverty weighs you down like mud. With a head full of magic, Alan witnesses one of the most terrifying events of British industrial history, as his personal journey collides with the great Houdini himself.

In co-operation with Flying Bridge Theatre Ltd

“A gripping one-man show full of youthful energy.” –The Stage

“A beautifully crafted show that casts a spell that stays with you long after it is over.” –British Theatre Guide

“Llewelyn-Williams commands the audience’s attention; it is the mesmerizing qualities of his storytelling voice, which shackles us to his web of tales.” –Wales Arts Review
 

PERFORMER & CREATIVE TEAM


Daniel Llewelyn-Williams

Joshua Richards & Tim Baker
Pip Leckenby
Tim Baker

Fez Miah
Tom Silburn
Meg Cox
 
 
There will be one interval of twenty minutes.

No photographs or recording allowed in the theatre
without prior permission from the management