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Cheeky Tricksters To Wave Their Wands

Story: Redcliffe Guide
Jun 06, 2018
Cheeky tricksters to wave their wands
Redcliffe shows a little skin this month with the Cultural Centre’s showing of the international adults-only performance, The Naked Magicians.

Magicians Christopher Wayne and Mike Tyler are the stars of the show and take magic to a newer, naughtier level.

Performer and co-creator Christopher says the show is in its fifth year and is one of the biggest touring magic shows on the planet.

“People can expect to laugh a lot and experience amazing magic,” he says.

“The show is legitimately the funniest show our audiences (and us) have ever seen.

“The magic is incredible, the naughty elements are fun and as a result of our daily workout regime, the two of us make sure that we give the audience something good to look at every night.”

Brisbane local Christopher says magic has been a part of his life for a long time.

“I always wanted to be a professional magician and pursued it as a career from about the age of 21,” he says.

“ I used to do magic on TV, and do stand up comedy as well. My first ever theatre show as a solo performer was at the Redcliffe Cultural Centre, so it’s very cool to come back years later with my new show.

“Mike and I were two best friends who did magic for a living, and we wanted to make something that had never been done before.

“Three simple words came to mind: Naughty. Magic. Show. Nobody had ever done it, so we decided to take the risk and be the ones that did it, and it changed our lives.

Christopher says they have been blown away by the success of the show, both in Australia and on an international level.

“We have played to over 200 cities in 7 countries, a run on London’s West End, and had huge success in the United States,” he says.

“We never dreamt it would explode like this, but every night when we walk on stage, no matter how many people there are in the audience or where we are, we walk out and perform with extreme gratitude.”

For more information or to book tickets visit

Friday June 8, 7.30pm
Redcliffe Cultural Centre
Downs Street, Redcliffe