Close your eyes. Now think of a song or a picture. What would you like Chris Cox to do? Draw the image? Dance the routine?
Because he knows what’s going on in your mind and he reckons he can do what you’re thinking of, you’ll be left educated, shocked, amazed and probably attracted to him. Even the likes of Dannii Minogue, Kelly Osbourne, Agyness Deyn, Tim Minchin and Jonathan Ross are huge fans.
Chris Cox is an accomplished and most-loved magician and comedian, who delights audiences using a combination of quick wit, magic, psychology, body language, influencing, devilish good looks… and lying, to make you think he knows what you’re thinking.
All this helps him to produce the critically acclaimed, award winning show Fatal Distraction, which is framed on the story of a relationship. Cox, who wears his heart on his sleeve, re-evaluates love and rejection and enables audiences to reconsider his undoubtedly accurate talent and exuberant personality.
Chris is back at the Swindon Arts Centre with his new show on 18 May. Fatal Distraction is an award-winning, hilarious, mind-blowing and multi-5-star theatrical experience. Marvel as Chris does things no human should be able to do, reads minds, controls coincidence and wonders whether love is the only real bit of magic in this world.
Age Restriction 14+
To book tickets for Chris Cox: Fatal Distraction on Saturday 18 May 8pm, priced £12, Concession £11, Student £10 call the Arts Centre on 01793 614837.