Edinburgh Fringe: Devil in the Deck! ★★★★★

Venue    The ZooEvent Website    www.devilinthedeck.com

Date    9-15 August
Time    22:50
Duration    1 hour
Suitability    12+

Book tickets here



“Acclaimed magician Paul Nathan’s outrageous tales of Love, Magic, and Adventure. Accompanied by John Anaya’s stylish and moving music, “Devil” is an elegant blend of  stories, music, and enthralling close-up magic.”

Ever get the feeling you’ve been ‘Swindled’?

Enter Jack Swindle, con man, card shark, Southern gentleman, lover and cursed from an early age by a gypsy fortune teller.
Share an engaging evening with Swindle (played by the mesmerising Paul Nathan and  accompanied by irresistible guitar slinging bad boy, John Anaya) and get lost in a magical  adventure.

Jack spends his days and nights as a card shark playing unsuspecting marks and cheating death in an attempt to break a dreaded gypsy curse.  Nathan mesmerises the audience while he spins a tale of love, larks and losses, living up to every fascinating minute with this most savoury of shows.

Devilish Paul Nathan will thrill you with his sleight of hand and his remarkable card tricks. Anaya, his rascally side kick, draws you in with his guitar pickins and gravelly boom bassin’ voice all the way down to dem der bones.  Together they are an extraordinary team and this show is well worth your time.

For more of John Anaya’s music; check out Cabaret Politico: http://cabaretpolitico.com/

Be sure to catch Devil in the Deck at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. If you do not get a chance this year to catch them, look out for them next year.

This is NOT to be missed!

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