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Friday, 11 March 2016

Dynamo chats to the T&A about his successful Seeing is Believing tour and Bradford's takeaways

Dynamo chats to the T&A about his successful Seeing is Believing tour and Bradford's takeaways

Dynamo chats to the T&A about his successful Seeing is Believing tour and Bradford's takeaways

ONE of Bradford's biggest stars will be returning to West Yorkshire as he begins an extension of his marathon UK tour.
Dynamo - real name Steven Frayne - will be bringing his Seeing is Believing tour back to the Leeds Arena at the end of March.
Speaking to the Telegraph & Argus from his hotel room in Belfast, Dynamo said that the tour, which started in December 2015, has been amazing so far.
He said: "We've done 92 shows so far which is mad because were only meant to do ten, now we're going back to Leeds because the demand is so high.
"The public reaction has been phenomenal; I wasn't sure how people would take to the show, and I'm not a natural stage performer.
"Over the last six months, 300,000 people have come to see a magic show, and I've been performing in arenas where people normally go to see the likes of One Direction or Taylor Swift.
"I think magic is getting back to the forefront of popular culture, and all I want to do is inspire people.
"The highlight of the tour so far has been performing in Leeds on my birthday, it felt like a homecoming and the atmosphere was amazing, and the crew made a birthday cake magically appear on stage while I was performing which I knew nothing about, which was a good moment.
"I will also be the first magician to perform at the O2 Arena in London which will be a special moment."
Dynamo, who grew up in Delph Hill, has taken his tour all over the UK and his show Magician Impossible has also seen him travel to places such as Las Vegas, Rio de Janeiro and India.
But he said that he always enjoys coming back to Bradford, especially for the city's restaurants.
"When I play in Leeds again I'll be coming back to see my friends and to visit some of the takeaways, you can't beat Bradford food," he said.
Dynamo will be at the First Direct Arena in Leeds for two nights on March 23 and 24, before going Birmingham, London, and Manchester, but said he still does not know when the tour will come to an end.
For tickets to Dynamo's shows at the Leeds Arena from March 23-24, visit dynamomagician.com.

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