Looking for some R-rated fun this Winter? Australia's favourite unclothed magicians are back for another stellar season in Melbourne!
The Naked Magicians, aka Christopher Wayne and Mike Tyler, bring their funniest and naughtiest magic show yet to Melbourne for two shows only this June. Tickets are selling fast!
After sell-out seasons in London's West End and over 200 cities around the world, it's time to welcome back Christopher and Mike and their boisterous R-rated magic show, which promises exciting and spectacular full-frontal illusions.
Loved by audiences and critics alike, this innovative show strips away the top hats and capes and takes magic to a whole new level! Christopher and Mike's saucy magic is both baffling and entertaining and brings a new meaning to "now you see it!"
The 31-year old buff bros went from best friends to partners in prestidigitation in 2014, following several exuberant audience members asking them to make their clothes disappear.
"It's kind of crazy because magic is the second-oldest profession ever and we couldn't believe that no one had combined the two things that everyone loves - magic and nudity," says Christopher.
The Aussie duo have been performing magic for nearly 20 years. The broad-shouldered Christopher, a proud owner of a freakishly long tongue, is the first Australian magician in TV history to have his own TV series, More Than Magic, which aired in Australia, New Zealand, England, and the USA.
Mike is considered one of Australia's favourite and most successful entertainers, performing over 250 "clothed" shows for the biggest companies in the country. The sporty tan lines and incredible physique seen on stage also hint at Mike's Speedo-wearing days. He swam competitively at the Australian National Championships and Pan Pacific Games before becoming a professional magician. He has performed countless times to millions of people on TV in Australia, New Zealand and the USA and in 10 countries around the world.
"Being on stage, doing magic without relying on pockets or sleeves does add that extra challenge and ups our game," Christopher says. "When we say 'abracadabra,' the audience isn't always looking at our hands," Mike jokes.