The new show premiers tomorrow night at Newcastle University’s Psychology Department Ball – and I’m excited.
In the (almost) totally new 45-60 minute show there’s not just even funnier comedy than before, but there are more Wows than any show I’ve ever written or performed in my 10 year career.
Not only did I want to clean up the act to make it more mainstream, but I challenged myself to make it an ‘assault of the senses’, one moment of astonishment after another.
The result of this is that guests who experience my mind reading show get to experience more of this unique form of entertainment. No more long, drawn out presentations that climax in mind blowing theatrics that paralise you in to submission. Now it’s faster and sharper than before.
Since there are more mind reading demonstrations than any other show, it means that we get through a lot more material which means we can get to even more amazing stuff that was ever possible before.
Here are some more specifics for you:
*I apologise to the 90’s reference. Anyone else think of Brian Connolly when they hear Meg’s name?