Do you use your intuition, or act on hunches in making everyday decisions? Ever had something happen that appears to be an amazing coincidence? Then you will love this amazing and fun-filled show.
The Sherlock Holmes Game. How is it possible to tell so much about an individual purely from a borrowed ring, watch or simple drawing? And audience members onstage can lie or tell the truth. Can you work out who's doing what?
How could a cuddly teddy bear know in advance what his new owner would name him?
The Battle of The Sexes. A hilarious game where men and women contestents vie to see which team can outwit the other. Can the outcome be predicted in advance? The results will surprise you!
Psychic Influence. Can an experienced card player be influenced to deal himself (or herself) the losing hand, even when he gets to shuffle the cards and choose who gets what cards by looking at them first? (I'll bet £500 he can be influenced and if he wins he'll walk away with the £500).
Who are the real control freaks in the audience? Watch how they give themselves away without realisng it!
The Marriage Game. Can a couple, living together for years subliminally pick up each other's thoughts? If so, just what do they reveal?
Remember the whole show is built around fun, interaction and of course the chance to win prizes.
"A bewitching blend of mindreading and humour."
Running Monday to Friday, week 1 at 9.30pm and Monday to Friday week 2 at 8pm All seats £5
Quentin’s show runs daily at the Manchester Comedy Festival. Why not make a night of it? Catch Quentin’s show at 9.30pm or 8pm in week 2 and then his late-night Bizarre show at The Lass O’Gowrie. Full details of all events at the Festival site: www.ManchesterComedyFestival.co.uk
The Lass O' Gowrie, 36 Charles Street, Manchester M1 7DB. Good pub food is available for those arriving early. They also brew their own beer on the premises. Show starts at 9.30pm in week 1 and 8pm in week 2. Tickets £5.00. Phone 0161 2364452.
The late night BIZARRE Show starts at 11pm and is totally different from The Psychic Game Show
In his recent show in Dublin, he amazed audiences by describing objects while blindfolded and identifying audience-thought of cards by "telepathy".
"IF YOU'RE the kind of person who thinks that "charlatans" like Uri Geller ought to be severely beaten with a sharp spoon, you'll probably find the prospect of an intimate live show with a professional mind-reader about as desirable as a snot on toast. But Quentin Reynolds's weekly lesson in the black art of telepathy - which runs at Bewleys'
MENTALIST Quentin Reynolds's recent shows at Bewley's Cafe Theatre in
The author of Intuition, Your Secret Power, uses a mixture of psychology, body language and intuition to read people's minds. He tells them what they are thinking,' manoeuvres them towards choices they want to make, reveals their concerns and unveils names of long-lost friends. Irish Examiner