Oliver Meech: When Magic and Science Collide

Oliver Meech: When Magic and Science Collide. Oliver Meech. Copyright: BBC.

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Magic starring Oliver Meech performed on the following days in August 2013...

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Magic boffin Oliver Meech meddles with forces we barely understand, in a comedy magic show for the QI generation. Amazing tricks inspired by astounding science. It's the Natural Selection! 'Could rival Derren Brown' (Theatre-Wales.co.uk). 'Funny, endearing, impressive showmanship' **** (ThreeWeeks). 'Real gasps of awe' (BroadwayBaby.com). Sell out performances: Brighton Fringe, Oxford Fringe, Green Man Festival. Recommended: Metro, Time Out. After melding magic with neuropsychology and time in previous hit Edinburgh shows, Oliver turns his attention to the rest of the universe.

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Oliver Meech brings his unique Magic-meets-Science show to the Edinburgh Fringe, following sell-out performances at Brighton Fringe, Buxton Fringe and Green Man Festival. Oliver Meech: When Magic & Science Collide is a comedy magic show for the QI generation. Audiences can expect amazing tricks inspired by astounding science. It's the Natural Selection!

'Could rival Derren Brown' theatre-wales.co.uk

**** 'Funny, endearing, impressive showmanship' ThreeWeeks

'Real gasps of awe' Broadway Baby

'my jaw hit the floor' BBC

Recommended: Metro, Time Out.

After melding magic with Neuro-Psychology and Time in previous hit Edinburgh shows, Oliver turns his attention to the rest of the universe.

About Oliver Meech


Oliver studied Psychology at Oxford University, Creativity at top London ad agencies and Trickery at The Magic Circle. He fuses all three to produce magic that's 'fascinating and different from other magicians' (Girl Who Just Wants To Be Entertained). He's performed at the London 2012 Olympics and The Science Museum. He's also worked as magic consultant on the Discovery Channel's series Breaking Magic. When not Fringe-ing, he's a regular on London's Comedy, Cabaret and Science scenes.