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Let's Inherit the Earth

Dogstar Theatre Company (Scotland) and Profilteatern (Sweden)
Present
Let’s Inherit the Earth
World Premiere
By Morna Pearson
Directed by Ben Harrison

Thursday 25th October
7.30pm
£12/£10/£5 U26s

Global warming, environmental destruction, mass extinction. This is the life!
  Award-winning Dogstar (The Tailor of Inverness) teams up with Sweden’s Profilteatern, to create a punk musical comedy - eighty minutes of theatrical mayhem on the greatest existential threat outside The White House!

With a brilliant Scottish and Swedish ensemble, Sarah McCardie, Lina Hognert, Jan Karlsson, Tobias Morin and Matthew Zajac.

“…One of the freshest, most fearless and taboo-busting voices to be heard anywhere right now.” The Herald (on Dogstar)

Prices:
  • Under 26s (£5.00)
  • Concession (Over 60's, Disabled, Students, Unwaged) (£10.00)
  • Adults (£12.00)

Date: 25/10/2018

A Castle of Stone and Sea

A Castle of Stone and Sea - The Life, Songs and Stories of a 19th-century Breton Woman
Marthe Vassallo
Saturday 27th October
7.30pm
£10/£8/£5 U26s 

One of Brittany’s most acclaimed traditional voices, Marthe Vassallo, retraces the life, song and personality of an ‘obscure’ 19th century woman, Maryvonne Le Flem, via a treasure trove of documents.

This is a story of poverty, pride and mysterious islands, celebrating the power of speech and song: Maryvonne never knew how to read and lived a thankless life of poverty, yet what is striking about her is her love of expression and her strength of body and mind… share in Marthe’s emotions and awe of this remarkable woman.

Prices:
  • Under 26s (£5.00)
  • Concession (Over 60's, Disabled, Students, Unwaged) (£8.00)
  • Adults (£10.00)

Date: 27/10/2018

cua

cua
Sunday 28th October
7.30pm
£12/£10/£5 U26s 

Irish band cua’s music grabs you by the scruff of the neck and demands attention – it’s an invigorating and inspiring mix of trad folk, jazz, bluegrass, classical and acapella, defying listing in any handy compartment.

 “… this Irish trio stands right at the forefront of contemporary cutting-edge folk, and even that description sells it a little short.” Americana UK

Prices:
  • Under 26s (£5.00)
  • Concession (Over 60's, Disabled, Students, Unwaged) (£10.00)
  • Adults (£12.00)

Date: 28/10/2018

Osprey Project

Osprey Project
Dr Tim Mackrill
Tuesday 30th October,7.30pm

**** Please note - This has been rescheduled from the previously advertised date of Friday 19th October - Apologies for any inconvenience **** 
£10/£8/£5 U26s

In 2017, the Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation, along with Birds of Poole Harbour, began a project to restore a population of Ospreys on the South Coast, after an absence of almost 200 years. A joint fundraiser for the Scottish Wildlife Trust and Birnam Arts, we’re delighted to welcome Osprey expert, Dr Tim Mackrill, of the Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation, Tim used to work for Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust managing their Osprey project, and has recently completed a PhD on Osprey migration.  

Prices:
  • U26s (£5.00)
  • Concession (£8.00)
  • Adult (£10.00)

Date: 30/10/2018

Stuff

Sylvian Productions present
The world premiere of
STUFF
By Sylvia Dow
Directed by Muriel Romanes
Thursday 1st November
7.30pm

£12/£10/£5 U26s

We are what we build around us

 We are pleased to welcome back Threads writer Sylvia Dow and former Stellar Quines Artistic Director, Muriel Romanes (Threads, The Deliverance, The Carousel, The List) with their new production STUFF.

Prices:
  • Under 26s (£5.00)
  • Concession (Over 60's, Disabled, Students, Unwaged) (£10.00)
  • Adults (£12.00)

Date: 01/11/2018

Scottish Winter Climbing Adventures

Scottish Winter Climbing Adventures with Simon YearsleyScottish Winter Climbing Adventures
With Simon Yearsley and Malcolm Bass
Thursday 8th November
7.30pm

£10/£8/£5 U16s

 

Renowned climbers Simon Yearsley and Malcolm Bass have been climbing together for well over 25 years. They have a heightened enthusiasm for exploratory climbing which, over the years, has led them as far as the Himalayas and to remote Scottish winter cliffs, driven by the thrill of finding new lines or reaching unclimbed summits.

Tonight’s talk is a compelling insight into the perseverance and passion required to make first ascents of climbs in Scotland’s harsh winter environment… a must for any adventure lover – don’t miss!

 

Prices:
  • Under 26s (£5.00)
  • Concession (Over 60's, Disabled, Students, Unwaged) (£8.00)
  • Adults (£10.00)

Date: 08/11/2018

The Voyage of Hector: Ensemble Weekend Workshop

THE VOYAGE OF THE HECTOR: ENSEMBLE WEEKEND WORKSHOP
Sat/Sun 17th/18th November
10am-6pm
£75
Lunch & refreshments included. 

The Hector Ensemble weekend is a wonderful opportunity for amateur, intermediate musicians to experience the thrill of playing together in a giant instrumental Scottish folk orchestra.
 Based around a suite of music depicting the legendary 1773 voyage from Ullapool to Nova Scotia, of the ship Hector, composed by leading Scottish accordionist, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland lecturer, composer and band musician (Treacherous Orchestra, Salsa Celtica and a host of other bands) John Somerville, you’ll be expertly guided through the arrangements and parts written for Fiddle, Border Pipes, Whistle, Guitar, Piano, Accordion and Clarsach/Harp, but other instruments are welcome. A reasonably good degree of sight reading, or ability to play easily by ear, is necessary.  

Price: Workshop Fee £75.00

Date: 17/11/2018

Birnam Book Festival - Weekend Pass

BIRNAM BOOK FESTIVAL - WEEKEND PASS
Friday 23rd / Saturday 24th / Sunday 25th November
Tickets from £5 to £15
Weekend Passes £85 (limited edition; includes Friday evening pre-event reception) 

Literature lovers, bibliophiles and votaries of verse – Birnam is calling.  Immortalised by Shakespeare in Macbeth, inspiration to John Ruskin for King of the Golden River, and where Beatrix Potter first penned Peter Rabbit, our little corner of Perthshire already features strongly in the literary map of the world. 

 

Birnam Book Festival 23-25th November

The inaugural Birnam Book Festival celebrates this amazing literary heritage and modern writing of all kinds – novels to non-fiction, children’s books, poetry, and brand new releases. 

Price: Workshop Fee £85.00

Date: 23/11/2018

School's Out!!! David MacPhail

School's Out!!! with David MacPhail
Friday 23rd November
Birnam Arts Library 4pm-5pm
Tickets £3

David Macphail Birnam Book Festival

Children's author David MacPhail gets the first ever Birnam Book Festival off to a rollicking start!  Suitable for 5-11 year olds.

Price: General Admission £3.00

Date: 23/11/2018

Birnam Book Festival - official opening & reception

Birnam Book Festival - Official Opening & Reception
Friday 23rd November
Birnam Arts Hall 6pm - 10.30pm

Tickets £15

Come along to the official opening of our inaugural book festival to enjoy wine and a buffet followed by two exceptional authors and one unique musical experience:

 Peter Dorward: The Human Kind
A Doctor's Stories

Jenny Colgan: An Island Christmas
Contemporary Fiction

Jenny Colgan: An Island Christmas

 

The Gutenburgs: Musical Tales

Price: General Admission £15.00

Date: 23/11/2018

Christmas Fairy Tales: Pauline Tait

Christmas Fairy Tales: Pauline Tait
Saturday 24th November
Potters Junction 10am - 11am
Tickets £4

 

Price: General Admission £4.00

Date: 24/11/2018

Brunch Of Poets: Don Paterson, Tim Turnbull and Rebecca Sharp

A Brunch of Poets:
Don Paterson, Tim Turnbull and Rebecca Sharp
Saturday 24th November
10.30am - noon 
John Kinnaird Hall
Tickets £11

Enjoy a tasty buffet brunch in the company of three of Scotland's finest practitioners discussing and delivering poetic licence - all in good taste.  Chaired by Robert Rowland-Smith

 

Price: General Admission £11.00

Date: 24/11/2018

The Station Mouse: Meg McLaren

The Station Mouse comes to Potter's Junction!
with Meg McLaren 
Children's Reading & Activities
Saturday 24th November
11.30am - 12.30pm 
in the Beatrix Potter Exhibition
Tickets £5

Meg brings her wonderful creations alive in the home of children's storytelling.  Suitable for under 10 years-old.  Ticket includes entry to the Beatrix Potter Exhibition play area after the event.

Price: General Admission £5.00

Date: 24/11/2018

Words at Work - Jamie Jauncey

Words at Work - Jamie Jauncey 
Creative Writing For Business
Saturday 24th November
Noon - 1.00pm 
The Studio
Tickets £5

 

We spend a huge amount of our lives at work and often surrounded by words.  Founder and partner of the Dark Angels consultancy,  award-winning novelist and writer Jamie Jauncey believes in bringing creativity to working lives to make a more enjoyable, fulfilling experience for your customers, your colleagues - and yourself.

 

Price: General Admission £5.00

Date: 24/11/2018

Bodies Talk: Lin Anderson & Lorna Dawson

Bodies Talk: Lin Anderson & Lorna Dawson
Crime & Forensics
The John Kinnaird Hall
Saturday 24th November
2:30pm-3:30pm
£7

Top 'Tartan Noir' author Lin Anderson in conversation with forensic scientist Lorna Dawson

 

Price: General Admission £7.00

Date: 24/11/2018

First Time Ever... Peggy Seeger

First Time Ever... Peggy Seeger
Folk Music Legend
The John Kinnaird Hall
Saturday 24th November
1pm - 2pm
£8

©Vicki Sharp Photography

 

An autobiography that covers a great life well lived.  A leading figure who put American folk music at the heart of the civil rights movement in the 1950s and 60s, she was also the seminal singer, musician and activist who inspired the song The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face.  Do not miss living legend Peggy Seeger in conversation with our own multi-award winning folk music DJ, Fiona Ritchie.

Price: General Admission £8.00

Date: 24/11/2018

The War On Drugs: Don Paterson, Darren McGarvey, Anna Ross

The War On Drugs: Don Paterson, Darren McGarvey, Anna Ross
The John Kinnaird Hall
Saturday 24th November
4pm - 5.30pm
£5

It's over 45 years since Richard Nixon declared "war on drugs".   Ronald Reagan stepped it up in the 1980s with "Just Say No" and military interventions in Latin America.  In the 21st century it has been used as a rationale for the continuing occupation of Afghanistan.  Meanwhile street drugs are more readily available than ever and the opioid crisis spreads even to the affluent suburbs of the Western World.   Consensus on drugs policy is breaking down.  How have art and literature influenced perceptions of this movement?   Readings, music and discussion of this hot topic will be chaired by Drew Campbell and feature poet Don Paterson, rapper, activist and author Darren 'Loki' McGarvey and academic writer Anna Ross
Note: This session is linked to a worldwide series of events organised via the Berlin International Literature Festival.

Anna Ross

 

Price: General Admission £5.00

Date: 24/11/2018

Wayfaring Strangers... and Friends: Peggy Seeger, Alan Reid, Jon Plunkett, Fiona Ritchie

Wayfaring Strangers... and Friends:  Fiona Ritchie with Peggy Seeger, Alan Reid and Jon Plunkett
Music, Poetry and Drinks
The John Kinnaird Hall
Saturday 24th November
8pm - 10.30pm
£12

Folk Alliance International inducted Birnam's own Fiona Ritchie into its Hall of Fame this year.   Tonight Fiona guides us through a musical conversation with Grammy-award winning legend Peggy Seeger, exploring common themes and tunes that have travelled the world.  Accompanied by Battlefield Band icon Alan Reid, and supported by Irish poet and musician Jon Plunkett.

WATCH THIS SPACE FOR PRE-THEATRE MEAL DEALS WITH LOCAL RESTAURANTS!

Price: General Admission £12.00

Date: 24/11/2018

Robert Rowland Smith: AutoBioPhilosophy

Robert Rowland Smith: AutoBioPhilosophy
Philosophy / Biography
The Studio
Saturday 24th November
3pm-4pm
£5

Robert Rowland Smith's acclaimed book has opened doors for its many readers: Biography reflecting on philosophical questions... and back again.

 

Price: General Admission £5.00

Date: 24/11/2018

Fox Girl: Victoria Williamson

Fox Girl: Victoria Williamson
Children's Fiction
The Library
Sunday 25th November
10am - 11am
£3

 

Price: General Admission £3.00

Date: 25/11/2018

Tall Tales & Tall Trees: Linda Cracknell & Claire Hewitt

Tall Tales & Tall Trees: Linda Cracknell & Claire Hewitt
Storytelling Workshop for Adults
Birnam Wood (Studio if the weather is bad)
Sunday 25th November
10.30am - 12.00 noon
£10

Linda Cracknell is an acclaimed travel writer, novelist and playwright.  Claire Hewitt is a storyteller, writer and folklorist.  Friends and neighbours for years, this is the first time they've worked together on a project - a one-off creative writing and storytelling workshop exclusive to the Birnam Book Festival.  And what better place than Birnam to talk about tall trees and tall tales?  Come along and open your mind to a forest of inspiration with a walk through the ancient Birnam Wood then back to Birnam Arts for soup and stories - our soup, your stories!  Places are limited - and remember to bring your wellies for the walk!

 

Linda Cracknell

 

Price: General Admission £10.00

Date: 25/11/2018

Nine Pints - A Bloody Good Brunch: Rose George

A Bloody Good Brunch - 'Nine Pints' with Rose George
The John Kinnaird Hall
Sunday 25th November
10.30am - 12.00pm
£11

Rose George, best selling author of The Big Necessity, takes us on her latest fantastic voyage with her new book Nine Pints, from leeches and quackery through scandal and superstition to breakthroughs  and brilliance in this absorbing investigation of blood. Sparkling reviews of her much anticipated new work make this a "book early" event.  And there's a bloody good buffet brunch included in the price!
Rose George: Nine Pints Rose George

 

 

Price: General Admission £11.00

Date: 25/11/2018

Creative Writers: Lesley Wilson, Jane Archer and Ali Matheson

Creative Writers: Lesley Wilson, Jane Archer and Ali Matheson
Creative Writing
The Library
Sunday 25th November
12 noon - 1.00 pm
FREE EVENT (but booking advisable)

In the run-up to the first Birnam Book Festival, we've been running creative writing workshops with primary schools, teenagers, adults and pensioners.  Come along to this free event as all the participants come together with their respective tutors to share their poems, plays and prose.

 

Creative Writing

Price: General Admission £0.00

Date: 25/11/2018

The Happy Brain: Dean Burnett

The Happy Brain: Dean Burnett
The Neuroscience of Happiness 
The John Kinnaird Hall
Sunday 25th November
1pm - 2pm
£6

Neuroscientist Dean Burnett has the right attitude.  As a stand-up comedian he knows how to tickle your funny bone too - it's in your brain, apparently - as much as he knows how your olfactory senses stimulate your frontal cortex.  The Happy Brain is his follow-up to The Idiot Brain - and you'd be sad and daft to miss it!

Dean Burnette: The Happy Brain

 

Price: General Admission £6.00

Date: 25/11/2018

Great Scottish Lives: Magnus Linklater

Great Scottish Lives: Magnus Linklater
Biographies
The Studio
Sunday 25th November
1.30pm - 2.30pm
£5

Doyen of Scottish journalism - and now patron of Birnam Book Festival - Perthshire's own Magnus Linklater takes a modern lens to re-examine the lives of Scotland's most famous sons and daughters by way of their contemporaneous obituaries in 'The Times'.

Magnus Linklater: Great Scottish Lives

Price: General Admission £5.00

Date: 25/11/2018

Kindling for Authors: Fiona Valpy

Kindling for Authors: Fiona Valpy
Digital Publishing
The Studio
Sunday 25th November
2.45 pm - 3.30 pm
£5

Fiona Valpy has had two novels published in 2018: Sea of Memories and The Beekeeper's Promise.  Sales have now reached a phenomenal 100,000 copies EACH - a joint total of almost quarter of a million at time of writing.  Listen to Fiona read from her work, then join her in conversation with Jane Archer to discuss publishing's digital revolution and what it means for authors, publishers and for writing.

 

Fiona Valpy: The Bee Keepers Promise

Price: General Admission £5.00

Date: 25/11/2018

Poverty Safari: Darren McGarvey

Poverty Safari: Darren McGarvey
Activist and Social Commentator 
The John Kinnaird Hall
Sunday 25th November
3 pm - 4 pm
£8

2018 saw rap artist Loki transform almost overnight into literary star Darren McGarvey.  Winning The Orwell Prize, the UK's most prestigious non-fiction award, has catapulted Darren into the intellectual firmament, lauded by everyone from Nicola Sturgeon to JK Rowling.   But like most overnight successes it came through a long, tough road, a journey he documents in Poverty Safari - part memoir, part satire, part polemic - all in electrifying prose.

Do. Not. Miss.

Price: General Admission £8.00

Date: 25/11/2018

From Detroit to Harlem: Stuart Cosgrove

From Detroit to Harlem: Stuart Cosgrove
Soul Music & Civil Rights
The John Kinnaird Hall
Sunday 25th November
4.30 pm - 5.30 pm
£8

You may know Stuart Cosgrove from his funny football punditry on Radio Scotland, but he's a serious player in the media world and an even more serious fan of soul music.  Harlem '69 is the final book in his trilogy tracking the relationship between soul music and the black civil rights movement of the 1960s.  Detriot '67 met with universal acclaim on its publication and Memphis '68 won the 2018 Penderyn Music Book Prize.  Chaired by author and musician Jamie Jauncey.

Stuart Cosgrove: Harlem 69 The Future of Soul  Stuart Cosgrove: Memphis 68 The Tragedy of Southern Soul Stuart Cosgrove: Detroit 67 The Year that Changed Soul Stuart Cosgrove

Price: General Admission £8.00

Date: 25/11/2018

Dallahan

DALLAHAN
Thursday 29th November
7.30pm
£12/£10/£5 U26s 

One of the most thrilling forces in the international folk music scene today, Dallahan call on their mixed Irish, Scottish and Hungarian heritage to create a unique seamless montage, drawing in influences from jazz, funk, pop and classical, all delivered with dazzling virtuosity.

 

Touring extensively in the UK and abroad, highlights include collaborations with Dougie MacLean , the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and representing  Britain at the Bicentenary Celebrations of British/Nepalese relations at the British Embassy in Kathmandu.

"Some of the most exciting trad musicians to emerge in recent years" 

Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2

Prices:
  • U26s (£5.00)
  • Concession (£10.00)
  • Adult (£12.00)

Date: 29/11/2018

Dunedin Consort presents The Golden Age

Dunedin Consort presents
The Golden Age
Ben Barry: Director
Dunkeld Cathedral

Saturday 1st December 7.30pm
£20/£15 conc./£5 students & under 18s Dunedin Consort presents The Golden Age - Dunkeld Cathedral 1st December 2018

PROGRAMME:

TOMÁS LUIS DE VICTORIA: Missa O Magnum Mysterium  
DAVID PEEBLES: Si quis diligit me 
ROBERT JOHNSON: Ave Dei patris filia 
JAMES MACMILLAN: Strathclyde Motets (selections) 
MORTEN LAURIDSEN: O Magnum Mysterium 
 

Prices:
  • Students & Under 18s (£5.00)
  • Concession (£15.00)
  • Adult (£20.00)

Date: 01/12/2018

Jack and Billy

JACK AND BILLY
Clydebuilt Puppet Theatre
Saturday 8th December
11am-12 Midday
£6 (no discounts)
ages 4+

 

It’s Santa Day and Birnam Arts presents 2 shows in one – Jack (And the Beanstalk) and Billy (Goats Gruff)!
No introduction needed here. Three Billy Goats Gruff have their tussle with a grumpy Troll, who is determined to stop them crossing the bridge. Lots of trippety-trap and fun with these beautifully made cloth puppets.

Price: General Admission £6.00

Date: 08/12/2018

The Emperor's New Clothes

Bips presents
THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES
By David Foxton
Wed/Thurs/Fri 12th/13th/14th December
7.30pm
£8/£6 U16s/£5 Corbenic 

Panto-style fun for the whole family!!

Book your tickets early for Bips’ Christmas rendition of the Emperor’s New Clothes – no need to leave Birnam to see a panto this year – Birnam Arts has got it all – get your santa hats out, kids you can stay up late!

Prices:
  • Corbenic (£5.00)
  • U16s (£6.00)
  • General Admission (£8.00)

Date: 12/12/2018

Lateshift

LATESHIFT
Saturday 15th December
Doors 8pm
£12

Christmas Party Night

Christmas starts tonight with Lateshift! You know the drill - best party gear on, lots of sparkle, and join Dave Amos, Pete Caban and the rest of the band for an all-out Christmas knees-up… get your tickets early to avoid disappointment!!

Price: General Admission £12.00

Date: 15/12/2018

Available Spaces: 0

Festive Fa-la-la-la-la

Blow & Blast and the Birnam Fundraising Team present
FESTIVE FA-LA-LA-LA-LA!
Thursday 20th December
7.30pm
£10 

Christmas Fundraiser Sing-Along with festive mini-buffet and mulled wine 

After last year’s massive success, join Bob Davidson, the Blow & Blast musicians, community group members and Birnam Arts staff again for a heart-warming evening of Christmas music audience participation. 

Santa hats and jingle bells at the ready, sing along to a mixture of traditional carols, Christmas songs and seasonal interludes. Fundraising raffle with lots of great prizes, plus mini buffet and mulled wine!

Price: General Admission £10.00

Date: 20/12/2018

Whiskey Shivers

Whiskey Shivers
Saturday 2nd February, 8pm
£12/£10/£5 U26s

A diverse group of masterfully talented musicians who stand out like a sore thumb from the traditional bluegrass world, WHISKEY SHIVERS have made a name for themselves with a genre-pushing sound that the Washington Post called “Apocalyptic Americana”. Frontman and fiddle master, Bobby Fitzgerald’s exuberance is contagious, and it bleeds through… crowds notice this lot. Fitzgerald says “Whiskey Shivers isn’t just the five of us on stage, it’s everybody in the room.”

The band members also landed a role in the film Pitch Perfect 3, which hit cinemas in December 2017, appearing both in acting and musical roles, alongside a returning cast that included Anna Kendrick, Hailee Steinfeld and Rebel Wilson. The big screen is the perfect place for Whiskey Shivers - an eclectic, charismatic gang of characters, they had their first major breakout when their horror-movie influenced music video went viral.

“The fierce inertia of Old Crow Medicine Show, the ramshackle folk punch of Felice Brothers and the punk energy of a pre-sobriety Deer Tick.”  ROLLING STONE

Prices:
  • U26s (£5.00)
  • Concession (£10.00)
  • Adult (£12.00)

Date: 02/02/2019

Leo Houlding

Speakers From The Edge present
Leo Houlding: The Spectre Expedition
Friday 15th February
7.30pm

£15 

Leo Houlding is one of Britain's top climbers, world renowned for audacious ascents of epic faces and free climbing the most technical peaks and biggest walls in the world, as documented in award-winning movies, such as The Asgard Project, The Wildest Dream and The Last Great Climb.

Twenty years of extreme adventures have taken him from BBC 2’s Top Gear to the top of Everest, from devastating injury to major world firsts, and from terrifying BASE jumps to glorious summits of the most remote and difficult peaks on every continent. In 2014, Leo took on and fronted a major Discovery TV adventure series, Lost Worlds.

In this new show, he talks about his life of climbing, the first climb to link three Bugaboo summits in 24hrs, and his incredible expedition to summit the most remote mountain in the world, Antarctica's Spectre. 

“You don't have to be crazy to do what I do - you'd have to be crazy not to”

from The Independent

Price: General Admission £15.00

Date: 15/02/2019

DNA - We Know What You're Thinking: Live UK Tour

Beyond Presents by arrangement with Industry Live Agency
DNA: WE KNOW WHAT YOU’RE THINKING
LIVE UK TOUR
Tuesday 5th March,Doors 7:30pm

 

Following their astounding appearances on the eleventh series of Britain’s Got Talent in 2017, mind reading duo DNA are taking their brand new show called We Know What You’re Thinking out on a UK tour from 6th February – 29th March 2019.

Andrew and Darren, best known as mind reading double act DNA, took the nation by storm when they appeared on Britain’s Got Talent in 2017 with their incredible telepathic ability known as "The Gift". Wowing the judges, live audience and viewers at home, the duo went on to reach the live finals of the hit ITV talent show. Their first audition has reached almost 10 million YouTube views alone.
Performed completely live, they can ask volunteers to concentrate on the name of celebrities, telephone numbers, credit card numbers, a word in a book, the name of the street they grew up on, a relative’s name... literally anything. With devastating speed and accuracy, the pair are then able to reveal what that name, number or word is, every time.

Price: General Admission £13.50

Date: 05/03/2019

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