Opening night of tour after sawing accident

Paul Daniels will be performing Hair Today Gone Tomorrow at the Kings Theatre, Southsea on February 22.
Paul Daniels will be performing Hair Today Gone Tomorrow at the Kings Theatre, Southsea on February 22.
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Paul Daniels has been making headlines over the past couple of weeks, as the iconic magician seriously damaged his fingers in a sawing accident on New Years Day.

To many it would have been the end of his career, but Paul decided to keep on rehearsing and practising. He’s due, as planned, to open the first night of his tour, Hair Today Gone Tomorrow, at the Kings Theatre, Southsea on February 22.

One of the most successful magicians in the world, Paul was one of the first on TV, with The Paul Daniels Magic Show running from 1979 to 1994. He was even been awarded the Magician of the Year Award by the Hollywood Academy of Magical Arts in 1983, and was the first outside America to receive it.

Comedian Kev Orkian will be joining him on stage.

Tickets cost £20 from Kings Theatre, Southsea on (023) 9282 8282 or go to kings-southsea.com.