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.
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Pete has just completed his 9th Edinburgh Fringe Festival. His sold out show played to thousands of Fringe goers over the 25 performances and was well received by audiences and critics alike.
“Pete Firman: Super Duper is a brilliant magical performance that will guarantee you an amazing night of bewildering illusions and breathless laughter.” – Broadway Baby
“…awe inspiring magic tricks that take place over the hour: as they are skilfully executed, the audience sit in suspense and display visible shock.” – Ed Fest Mag
“He had me all the way through the show with my jaw wide open, and the hour flew by.” – I Talk Telly
“As masters of comedy magic go, look no further than Pete Firman…A slick and loveable performer, with an hour of exceptional tricks that just zips by.” – The Skinny
“Not only were his tricks awesome but also so was his stage presence, he commanded the sold-out show with wonder.” – Arts Award Voice
Over the course of the Festival Pete appeared on BBC Radio 2’s ‘Arts Show’, STV’s ‘Edinburgh Festival 2015’ and BBC2’s ‘Sue Perkins’ Big Night Out.’ He also made number 12 on The Independent’s list of the top 50 jokes of the Edinburgh Fringe and was given the ‘thumbs up’ by the one and only Derren Brown.