Piff The Magic Dragon: Live From Las Vegas to stream online in the UK

Piff The Magic Dragon: Live From Las Vegas to stream online in the UK.

The British magician and comedian will be joined with his trusty sidekick Mr Piffles, The World’s Only Magic Performing Chihuahua™, and Jade Simon – a genuine Las Vegas Showgirl – for the first UK date of their interactive livestream tour.

Broadcast live from the Piff the Magic Dragon Television Studio in Las Vegas (formerly known as his single car garage), the all-new one-hour interactive magic experience has been specifically created for online viewing.

Piff The Magic Dragon: Live From Las Vegas will be available digitally on Saturday September 26 at 7PM via Zoom, with further UK dates to be announced.

Tickets are on sale now via piffthemagicdragon.com

Piff the Magic Dragon said: “Nowadays it seems like everyone is working from home, so I thought why not a dragon? I’ve spent the last six months building a TV studio in the garage and coming up with a bunch of magic that will destroy from a distance.

“It’s finally ready, and the best part is I can visit my birthland and still be home in time for tea. As long as I have tea at 4am. I was gutted to miss my annual pilgrimage to the UK this year, and to all those who missed us too, I hope this in some small way makes up for it”

After first breaking out on ITV’s Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Piff the Magic Dragon moved to Las Vegas where he stole the show on NBC’s America’s Got Talent in 2015. For the past five years, Piff has been performing nightly to sold out houses at The Piff the Magic Dragon Theatre in the heart of the iconic Flamingo Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas.

Named as one of the 10 Comics to Watch by Variety and beating Lady GaGa to win Best Headliner in the Best of Las Vegas Awards, Piff has been busier than ever these past few months with numerous appearances on US network and cable television.

He recently vanished the Statue of Liberty with David Copperfield, taught tricks on Penn & Teller Try This At Home, and most surprisingly of all, emerged victorious from TBS’ comedy competition series, Tournament of Laughs. Yes. Somehow Piff beat some of the biggest names in comedy including Jeff Ross, Margaret Cho, Gilbert Gottfried, Michael Rapaport, Jim Norton and Fortune Feimster.

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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