Sixth Sense Preview
Coming to The Old Market this weekend is yet another excitingly unique performance: Sixth Sense. Performer Luke Jermay is a distinguished mentalist and mind-reader. His official website proudly claims that he “doesn’t use mind games or psychological tricks, he is not a trickster, there are no smoke and mirrors”. Jermay’s performance is allegedly a result of pure intuition and hypnosis, allowing him to delve into the past and future of his audiences with shocking revelations.
The Essex-born performer began practicing magic aged 12 and published his first book on the subject just three years later. Since then he has gone on to shock audiences all over the UK and USA.
Aside from his shows, Jermay also offers training and consultation sessions, has published numerous books on magic and magic theory, and runs a twitter account – @Jermaypredicts – on which he posts his predictions for the coming days, weeks and months.
Jermay has received acclaim in the mainstream media and amongst fellow magicians; Dynamo calls him “a genius of modern mind reading” while Derren Brown claims “Jermay puts the rest of us mind readers to shame”.
This show is at The Old Market, starting at 7:30pm Sunday 3 December (doors 6:45pm)
Tickets : £15 standard/£10 concessions (including full time students)
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