Britain's Got Talent illusionist Darcy Oake is bringing his 'dangerous' new show to Leeds
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The Britain's Got Talent finalist will perform at the Brudenell Social Club on March 26.
Darcy will move around the intimate show, bringing an element of 'danger' to the audience with his jaw-dropping magic.
His breakthrough performance on Britain’s Got Talent has been watched by more than 200 million people worldwide and the magician is known for his logic-bending illusions.
He famously made Heidi Klum 'levitate' in the air in his performance on America's Got Talent: Champions.
Speaking to the YEP, Darcy said his Brudenell Social Club show would be more interactive and immersive than ever before.
He said: "It's a theatrical show, but not in a theatre.
"It will be a really immersive experience and I'll be standing and moving around the room. It's a different style of show.
"Last time it was amazing in Leeds, the people were one of my favourite audiences.
"I decided to come back with a new show and new experiences, a fresh spin on my illusions."
The show is not one for the faint hearted, as Darcy will be involving everyone in the audience.
He added: "There will be some classics from Britain's Got Talent and an element of danger involved - a few things happen to everyone!
"I've been working on it for a really long time and preparing new material, making sure the show is well written and constructed."