"Jamie Allen is that special magician, that different type of magician. Jamie’s talent is different ,unlike other magicians you may have seen. He is funny and incorporates technology in a way that allows one to watch and wonder."
"Allan's tricks have such a purity to them. So incredible to watch."
"It’s Magic Beyond Belief." Chris Jones
"The show ended with the best live illusion I have ever seen."
JAMIE ALLAN iMAGICIAN
“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic” said Arthur C Clark, and those words perfectly describe Jamie Allan iMagician, who is being described by the press as ‘Harry Houdini meets the 21st century’. Jamie fuses magic with technology, performing and designing incredible illusions with iPads, holograms, laser beams, Facebook and Twitter.
Following sellout performances in 2015 of the UK premiere of Impossible, in London’s West End, Jamie performed his unique, signature iPad illusion, ‘Digital Art’, live to millions of viewers around the world to close the BBC’s ‘One Show’. He has repeatedly wowed audiences on BBC ‘Breakfast’ and ‘The Slammer’, ITV’s ‘Alan Titchmarsh Show’, and ‘Get Your Act Together’.
In 2016, he thrilled a packed theatre with his mind-blowing performance on ‘Michael McIntyre’s Big Show’. Jamie also stars in ITV’s prime time show ‘The Next Great Magician’.
“…His purpose is not to fool us as such, but to recreate for us that sense of wonder we used to experience as children. Jamie offers his magic to the audience as a gift.”
“…Magic is the new EDM for millennials…One of the few truly multi-generational forms of entertainment…”
“Jamie Allan iMagician is a perfect fusion of past and present…With glimpses into the future of ‘what might be’… Hugely informative, enlightening, thought-provoking, and ultimately entertaining.”
“The show ended with quite possibly the best live illusion I have ever seen… It left me absolutely awestruck wondering how on earth Jamie had done it.”
“Harry Houdini meets the 21st century.”
“One illusion, using a combination of Facebook, Twitter and text messaging, was quite simply astounding. It was impressive stuff!”