Psychics and sidekicks at the Alban Arena

PUBLISHED: 18:01 12 September 2009 | UPDATED: 14:24 06 May 2010

MASTER of mediums Tony Stockwell is returning to the Alban Arena by popular demand next Thursday evening, September 17. Tony stars in Living TV s Street Psychic, Psychic School and Zone Reality TV s original Psychic Private Eyes. He endeavours to give pro

MASTER of mediums Tony Stockwell is returning to the Alban Arena by popular demand next Thursday evening, September 17.

Tony stars in Living TV's Street Psychic, Psychic School and Zone Reality TV's original Psychic Private Eyes.

He endeavours to give proof beyond doubt and evidence of the afterlife which can change some lives forever.

The evening is guaranteed to be startlingly accurate and humorous and gets underway at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £22 and £20, available from the box office on 01727 844488.

Two of the sixties' legendary and most influential artistes are playing live on stage at the Arena the following week.

The Animals and Friends with Spencer Davis are performing at 7.30pm on Wednesday, September 23.

2009 marked founder member John Steel's 52nd year as a performing musician. Back in 1957 he and The Animals co-founder Eric Burdon began playing their trade in and around their native Tyneside with no inkling that they would, in a few years time, find themselves part of a group that would be forever bracketed with the best of British music.

The Animals and Friends will be performing their own back catalogue of hits including Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood, We Gotta Get Out Of This Place, and House of the Rising Sun.

Guitarist, writer and performer Spencer Davis will be performing all his group's classics Gimme Some Lovin', Keep on Running, Somebody Help Me and more with his band.

Tickets are £17.50 and £16.50.

Tim Minchin, the Australian comedian, theatre performer, rock star and philosopher, who is performing at the Arena next Saturday, September 19, is now sold out.


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