Ava flourishes on stage - with a unique character described as darkly comic & delightfully creepy, she succeeds in transporting audiences into her imaginative, slightly macabre realms created through magic and storytelling.

Though her performances often explore eerie themes, Ava is skilled at making audiences feel comfortable & reassured, especially those members bold enough to join her up on stage.

An up-and-coming artist on the theatre scene, Ava has performed 2 very successful runs at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and plans to return for a third in 2021.

She has also performed many shows in Bristol's magic theatre, Smoke and Mirrors, put on shows at Brighton Horrorfest, and ran her own cabaret night which raised £1000 for the Terrence Higgins Trust.

Her act is flexible, adapting well to anything from a 5-10 minute cabaret slot, to a full 90 minute show with an interval, or even the compering of a mixed-bill show.

If you would like to get a taste of Ava's performance style, then the video above offers an uncut clip of an 8-minute slot on Mr Meredith's Magic Faraway Cabaret; links to reviews of previous shows and cabaret performances can also be found below.

If you would like to enquire about availability, or to discuss Ava's stage performances in more detail, please fill out the contact form, found through the link above.

Due to current Covid-19 restrictions, Ava is able to offer fully risk-assessed, socially distanced performances with safety measures in place.

'Beaux holds the audience’s

attention from the moment she silently starts cutting up a balloon string. 

Her mesmerizing performance ensures that no one looks away even as the tricks get more macabre.'




'She arrives on stage without too much of a flourish, self-deprecatingly, feigning a faux nervousness that hides a skilled presentation


With slick patter, a cleverly-worked persona and an original slant on practical magic, Ava Beaux is a returning figure to the fringe that audiences are likely to want to see more of.'



'Ava Beaux performed a delightfully sinister magic show'


'delightfully creepy


fully committed to her darkly comic character'