Don’t miss Greg Chapman’s comedy adventure magic show ‘Into The Wilderness’

Grab your tickets before the sell out for the Brighstone (26th April) or Ryde (10th May) shows. Always popular and well attended.

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Isle of Wight entertainer Greg Chapman returns to the stage with his new comedy adventure magic show ‘Into The Wilderness’, and as usual his tour begins at home on the Island.

After his Airship crashes into an uncharted jungle, following a slightly misguided attempt to find a shortcut between the Isle of Wight and Italy via South America, Greg finds himself setting up camp as he attempts to contact potential rescuers.

He soon discovers he is not alone in a jungle which contains strange creatures, a tribe of natives, and mysterious strangers attempting to find a magical artifact. Greg brings a host of steampunk gadgetry, strange ideas and outright silliness into play as he attempts to save the day and get back home!

This 90 minute show is fun for everyone to enjoy!

Follow the tour
The tour began at Shalfleet Village Hall at the end of March, and has been described as ‘fantastic fun for all the family’ and ‘very entertaining show, although totally bonkers!’.

Greg will once again be crashing his airship into the South American jungle and taking on evil pirates, wild animals and angry natives at Brighstone Scout Centre on 26th April and Aspire Ryde on 10th May before the tour moves on to the mainland – with tickets still available on the links below!

Book now
Don’t miss out on the first tour of this new show from a local entertainer!

Book your Brighstone Scout Centre Tickets

Book your Ryde Aspire Tickets


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Monday, 8th April, 2019 12:32pm

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