Booking for Quentin Reynolds' Psychic Game Show at Bar XS on Monday 26th November

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Doors open at 7.30pm We will reserve seats for you until 7.50pm. If you have not claimed your seats by 7.50pm they will be released to the great unwashed who didn't have the foresight to book online. If you arrive later than 7.50pm you will still get in but you may have to stand.

Please note that Bar XS is a licensed premises and all patrons must be at least 18 years of age.

Tickets for Monday 26th November





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Quentin at Bar XS with The Psychic Game Show

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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' Grafton Street venue - will have you reaching for the cutlery only so that you can eat humble pie. All in all, Reynolds doesn't just read your mind - he blows it too.
Nick Kelly, Irish Independent.

MENTALIST Quentin Reynolds's recent shows at Bewley's Cafe Theatre in Dublin really did have people gasping in amazement at the things he was able to reveal about members of his audience.

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
Secret Power"
Quentin's book