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Nation’s favourite Psychic Sally celebrates ninth year on road

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The nation’s favorite psychic Sally Morgan is back and better than ever with her most jaw-dropping show yet, and she will be sharing it with Warrington next month.

Call Me Psychic is a funny, enjoyable, sometimes heart-breaking, often controversial show which celebrates Sally’s ninth year on the road.

She brings the dead to life with her trademark sense of fun and intrigue in an interactive stage show that will leave the Parr Hall audience astounded.

Sally said: “I can’t wait to come to Warrington. The psychic energy there will be fizzing before and during the show and there will be laughter and tears and hopefully an unforgettable night for all.

“Every night when I’m on stage amazing things happen and it’s a privilege to be able to pass on messages of love and comfort to the people I share my gift with.”

Sally’s emotional sell-out theatre shows were the subject of Sky Living’s hugely popular television series Psychic Sally: On the Road which followed her gruelling tour schedule showcasing her phenomenal ability to speak with people beyond the grave.

Her straight-talking, down-to-earth style and bubbly personality reveals the world of spirits and she is credited with bringing mediumship into the 21st century.

Sally had her first psychic experience at the age of four when she saw her first ghost, and has grown up with the capability to receive messages from the spirit world.

It is well-known that she read for Princess Diana for over four years and she has given readings for countless celebrities and public figures, being linked with stars such as George Michael, Katie Price and Helen Flanagan.

Sally said: “There is psychic energy around all of us. Everyone has the ability to plug into it and at the show in Parr Hall I will be able to use that energy to draw messages through from the other side.

Sometimes messages are shocking, sometimes they are heart-breaking and sometimes they are just plain bizarre, but they are always entertaining and, ultimately, hopefully the audience will be uplifted and leave full of hope.’’

Tickets are £24.50 for Thursday April 13 at 7.30pm at Parr Hall, Palmyra Square South, WA1 1BL.

For Tickets and more information call 01925 442345 www.pyramidparrhall.com

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