In Neil Henry’s magic show, it is not only Henry who does the magic, the audience invited on stage are equaly capapble as well. Henry is a great showman, making any participant at ease and keeping the interest up. The magic itself is pretty impressive with various card trick, mind/thought reading and a suitably high stake finale. But somehow there is a disconnect between the showmanship and the magic which diminishes the buildup to the tricks. Henry’s persona is definitely likable but he is overly modest about his tricks that sadly lessen the impact of them. Nonetheless, the showmanship and technicality is in abundance and it is an entertaining hour of impossible/improbable magic.