ILLUMINATIONS at the Adelaide Fringe
★★★★★ “Brilliant…Delightful, funny, and surrounded by wonder and intrigue, Kevin Quantum: Illuminations is the perfect show” This is Radelaide Full Review
★★★★ “will leave you picking your jaws off the floor on the way out” Adelaide Advertiser Full Review
WEEKLY AWARD – “Best Magic Show at the Adelaide Fringe 2017″
State-of-the-art magic fused with incredible science, from Scotland’s top magician-scientist hybrid who was tutored by Penn and Teller.
Having spent the first ten years of his adult life studying Physics and the next ten studying magic, Member of the Magic Circle Kevin Quantum explores the exotic space where science and magic meet.
Showcasing stunning light-based illusions, including projecting your thoughts into reality using your smartphone, a will-o’-the-wisp light floating above your head and creating and fire in the palm of his hands. Enter the exotic space where science ends and magic begins with a Guinness World Record Breaking magician.
“Epic stunts” ★★★★★ BroadwayBaby.com
“Astonishing” ★★★★★Edinburgh Evening News
“Art of deception demonstrated perfectly” ★★★★★ ThreeWeeks
“Superbly imaginative, clever and wonder-filled show” ★★★★ TV Bomb
Scottish Magician, Kevin Quantum, has designed state of the art magic and fused it with incredible science.
Ten years ago, unassuming scientist Kevin paused his Physics PhD to become a magician, being tutored by none other than magic royalty Penn & Teller. Having now spent the first ten years of his adult life completely immersed in Physics and the next ten in magic, Kevin is the most likely the only person on the planet who’s reached the required 10,000 hours needed to make you an “expert” — in both areas.
He has enjoyed ★★★★★, sell-out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, appeared in BBC documentaries, consulted for the National Theatre of Scotland, taught Eddie Izzard magic, broken a Guinness World Record, was the first magician to perform at the Globe Theatre in London and was nominated for the Scottish Comedy Awards 2014 and 2015.
He’s also one of the very few people that counts quantum physics as a hobby.