Paul Daniels’ thrilling final magic

Paul Daniels’ thrilling final magic unveiled in Don’t Dribble on the Dragon

AUDIENCES in Bognor Regis won’t want to miss the chance to enjoy the final magic ever conceived by magician Paul Daniels in a brand new family musical.

The charming musical escapade ‘Don’t Dribble on the Dragon’, which comes to the Regis Centre on Saturday 10 February at 2.30pm, is the feelgood story of two young brothers, Jack and Tom, and the special relationship they share bound together by a magical dragon.

Hartlepool children and adults alike won’t want to miss this magical musical extravaganza!

Based on the book by Steven Lee and performed by the cast of the “People’s Theatre Company”, this show highlights the importance of family and growing up, with a wonderful mix of fun and catchy sing-along songs – and Daniels’ jaw-dropping illusions.

In this show, nothing is as it seems…lights will appear from thin air, a supernatural sponge cake will take on a life of its own and flying footballs will defy the laws of gravity.

Adults and children alike will thoroughly enjoy this spectacular show that is truly like no other.

For an extra treat, at the end of the show author Steven Lee and the cast will be available to sign copies of ‘Don’t Dribble on the Dragon’. These can be brought to the show or purchased at the theatre (priced £5.99), from Amazon and all good bookshops.

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‘Don’t Dribble on the Dragon’ is an hour long show, suitable for adults and kids of all ages (but not recommended for the under 2s). Find out more about it and book tickets here

The award-winning People’s Theatre Company specialises in original interactive musicals for children and their grown-ups. For more information visit

2 thoughts on “Paul Daniels’ thrilling final magic

  • 28th January 2018 at 4:45 pm

    A bit disappointed that there see no shows on during the half term for families apart from on Sat 10th right at the start ….

    • 5th February 2018 at 10:32 am

      Hi Susan. We had a late cancellation of a group who had booked out the theatre for a week, so unfortunately were unable to book family shows for half term week.


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