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Pride London's next fundraising event really will be magic! A host of stars, not normally seen together, will be performing an evening of magic and entertainment 'For One Night Only' at the Cafe De Paris on 06 May 2010.
Hosted by David Blaine: Below The Above star Magic Shaun, the night will see him joined by Paul Martin (magician by Royal Appointment), Lee Warren (the purple magician), the Magic Circle's double award-winning Steve Dela, and up-and-coming stars The Magic of Dave and Joe.
Guests will also be treated to the sounds of Leanne Jones (Hairspray) and the comedy-magic of Neil Henry (star of numerous TV appearances, including the Royal Variety Show) before DJs The Sharp Boys, Alex Logan, DJ Stevo and Tom McCloon rock the Cafe De Paris into the early hours.
Colm Howard-Lloyd - Vice Chair, Communications for Pride London commented:
"I did ask Shaun if he could magic us up half a million pounds to put on pride this year. He's done the next best thing, gone through his address book, and put together a fantastic fundraising show for us!"
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