You probably know York for its rich history, its cobbled streets and varied street entertainment, but what do you do once you’ve exhausted all the obvious attractions that the city has to offer? Have you ever fancied delving into the world of psychics, the supernatural and all things mystic? If you find yourself intrigued by this kind of thing then York is definitely the place to be this month. There’s a growing interest surrounding mind reading and psychic ability, popularised by the likes of Derren Brown and his incredible live events which seem to defy all reason.
Even if it’s not a phenomenon you’ve ever considered exploring, watching a live physic can be a mind-boggling experience. If you’re planning a visit to York this month, a great event to check out is Psychic Sally on the Road. Known for her TV appearance on Sky Living, Sally has embarked on a nationwide tour to share her psychic abilities. Her client list has included several famous faces such as Katie Price, George Michael and Princess Diana. The event is held at the Grand Opera House on the 27th March 2013, and promises to be a spectacular show.
If you prefer a slightly more hands on experience or fancy yourself as the next Derren Brown, How to Read Minds and Influence People at the York Theatre Royal is a must-see show. Hosted by Doug Segal, the show promises to combine comedy with an insight into mind reading techniques. If you’ve ever wanted to know how to predict the National Lottery, detect lies, read minds or implant subliminal suggestions then this is the show for you. Even the cynics among us may be surprised by some of the psychological feats Doug performs. If you’ve ever had a tarot online reading or visited a psychic in person and want to know some of the tricks of the trade then this could be the perfect event for you. How to Read Minds and Influence People will be held on the 22nd March 2013 so check the box office for tickets.
So, if you’ve wandered through the Shambles, visited York Minister, checked out the National Railway Museum, and you fancy doing something a bit different, then a live event could make for a unique experience.