‘Dynamo: Magician Impossible’ Update: Dynamo To Show Unbelievable Magic During His Tour ‘Seeing Is Believing’
It’s not a tough task for Steven Frayne, better known by his stage name Dynamo, to mesmerize the people around his stages in the UK after winning millions of skeptics across the world with his gravity-disobeying tricks. People have become fond of the documentary series “Dynamo: Magician Impossible” that shows the miraculous activities and illusions of Dynamo. Jemma Page of Nottingham Post headed to Manchester to catch up with Dynamo on the first night of his tour named “Seeing is Believing.” Continue reading to know more about the illusionist Dynamo’s tricks.
According to the website, Dynamo had shown his body levitating above the Shard in London, walking across the River Thames and predicting the champion for the 2014 World Cup. Now in December this year, we will find him in his tour “Seeing is Believing” to the Capital FM Arena for consecutively five shows that will be full of illusions and entertainment for the audience on a larger scale.
“What I love about it is although it’s an arena show and on a grand scale, I’m still trying to keep the intimacy which is what I love the most,” Dynamo said.
According to the 32-year old Dynamo, there are some special moments when each viewer becomes involved in the magic and more they invest in their involvement, the more amazing the magic turns giving superior level of miracles to everyone. He even added that he would be performing those miracles or bring magical moments that not a single audience had ever experienced before and no other magician had ever performed before.
While speaking to International Business Times UK, he expressed his desire saying that when after a century when people would think of the word ‘magic,’ he wanted his stage name Dynamo to be the first name to spark in the mind of everyone.
Don’t miss the airing of “Dynamo: Magician Impossible” in BBC One, Dave, Watch Network (UK residents), Dave, Watch (Ireland), History TV18 (India) and NHK Educational TV (Japan).
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