DNA have announced their first ever live show. Earlier this year, the couple dazzled viewers with a mind-reading audition display on Britain’s Got Talent’s judges Amanda Holden and Simon Cowell.


The duo spoke to Telly Binge and say it was a highlight. “The standing ovation we received at the London Palladium during the audition was incredible. That will definitely be high in our most memorable moments.”

It got even better, as they progressed to the Semi-Final and won despite being against Gold-Buzzer man Kyle Tomlinson. “That moment (where they were announced as winners) will stay with us forever.”

Three months have passed since their BGT Final appearance and the duo have been busy. “We have been to events all over the country! We are also going to be showcasing for the first time some exciting new material at our upcoming show.”


Though what is it really like to perform on BGT? “We had a brilliant time. The whole team were great to work with. The audience’s support and reactions to our performances were amazing! It was superb to work with the judges, each of them were so complimentary and support.”

Unfortunately for DNA they suffered a slight blooper in the final, but this doesn’t remove their superb mind-work. This has led to which I personally feel is unneeded criticism.

They say it’s just part of the job. “We try to consider all criticism, but you can’t please everyone all the time. We can assure the public that nothing that we do is faked. If you come to see us live and take part – you will definitely see for yourself!”

Meanwhile we asked them for advice for performers taking part in BGT 2018 auditions. “Be true to yourself, work hard and most importantly have fun. Take in every moment because it all happens so quickly.”

DNA recently announced their first ever live performance on 31 October 2017. The act will take place at Leicester Square Theatre in London. “We were described by the judges as being spooky, so we thought what better than to do our first public show on Halloween!”

“We are very excited about the show and have worked hard to make it the best experience for our audience. We can’t wait for everyone to see it.”

“Newcomers can expect to be amazed and to experience a show that’s like nothing else. We guarantee audiences will walk away having been entertained and maybe just a little bit spooked.”


They hope to keep improving in the future. “We are working really hard creatively to develop new material so we can hopefully take our show to as many difference places as possible.”

DNA spoke to Telly Binge in September 2017. Tickets are now available for their October performance in London. You can keep up to date with DNA on their official website.