For larger audiences, where space and budget allows, David can present for you an incredible live illusion show. As well as all the great routines from his cabaret act David performs large scale illusions and at one point even saws one of your guests in half.
This show features illusions that are unique to his act including Clear Sawing in Half, Eclipse, Clear Metamorphosis and H20M.
As well as appearing at London and the UK's large scale events, David Penn was chosen to headline the tour 'Champions of Magic'. The show toured extensively in the UK and concluded with a summer season in the Jersey Opera House. These can be seen in David's Illusionist Showreel video right here.
David's Illusion Show can be tailored to your needs depending on your budget and the number of guests or delegates.
Illusionist David Penn Wins Britain Does Variety
As reported in The Stage & Television Today:
David Penn, an illusionist has won the grand finals of Britain Does Variety.
Following eight regional semi finals, the grand final of Britain Does Variety 2013 was held on Saturday night at the Palace Theatre in Watford.
The competition was judged by an impressive line up of judges with a wealth of industry experience across a variety of disciplines. Head Judge was Giles Cooper who is the executive producer of The Royal Variety Performance.
Other competitors included Dancers, Singers, Jugglers, Mime Artistes and Beatboxers but it was David Penn, the theatrical grand illusionist from who took first place.
David performed three large scale illusions in his act including an incredible, modern version of the 'Sawing A Lady In Half' effect using clear boxes! The acts incredible finale featured David's assistant Juliet, being shackled and locked in a tank under water. In a split second the performers changed places and received a prolonged standing ovation from the six hundred strong audience.
"It was certainly a career highlight. To win such a well respected competition in the entertainment industry is truly an honor." The illusionist said after receiving the trophy and a cheque for one thousand pounds.
Jack Applebaum, a well respected television director, who also judged the competition said: "The standard was very high indeed but the illusionist David Penn was just incredible! Where has this guy been hiding?"