Pete was recently awarded ‘The Carlton Award’ for outstanding comedy in magic by the world famous Magic Circle. He was presented with the award by The Magic Circle’s president Scott Penrose at the annual awards ceremony in Central London. Other recipients of Magic Circle awards include Derren Brown and David Copperfield.
On 19th April Pete will be appearing on ‘Tonight At The London Palladium’ on ITV1. Presented on one of the world’s most famous stages and hosted by Bradley Walsh, other guests in the episode are Emeli Sande, Steps, The Chinese State Circus and the cast of ‘The Phantom of the Opera’.
Pete will be appearing in BBC One’s ‘Let’s Sing and Dance for Comic Relief’ live on Saturday 18th March! Tune in at 6.45pm to see him performing Little Mix’s ‘Black Magic’ along with Ellie Taylor. The show, hosted by Mel and Sue, is part of the BBC’s Red Nose Day schedule and is all in aid of Comic Relief.
Pete recently made two guest appearances on ITV1’s brand new primetime series ‘The Next Great Magician’. Hosted by Stephen Mulhern and Rochelle Humes, the show features guest performers from all over the world. You can see his second appearance below.
Pete recently completed filming for a brand new documentary on comedy legend Tommy Cooper. The programme entitled ‘Tommy Cooper Forever’ will air on ITV later in 2017 and traces Tommy’s life and career though archive footage and interviews with friends, acquaintances and fans.
Here’s a sneaky peek between takes of Pete playing with one of Tommy’s actual magic props.