Two worlds meet in medium’s show

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COME and discover why Steve Holbrook is regarded by many as Britain’s most gifted clairaudient medium.

He has toured nationwide and after a successful tour of the USA and the Caribbean, Steve is looking forward to being back on home soil.

You can follow his journey around the country as he continues to prove that our loved ones don’t die, they simply move on to another dimension.

Steve describes himself as a telephone exchange between this world and the next, and whilst many mediums see the spirits they connect with, Steve hears them, hence the word clairaudient rather than clairvoyant.

Steve has a down-to-earth, sympathetic approach towards his mediumship, and promises an emotional roller-coaster ride for his audiences, always full of laughter and tears.

Steve is so highly regarded he has, in the past, helped the police on a murder investigation.

Even hardened critics and sceptics will leave his demonstration uncomfortably challenged!

Steve is also proud of his long and continued friendship with the Yorkshire born TV presenter and talented singer, Jane McDonald, whose rise to stardom was predicted by Steve many years before the nation took her to their hearts on the BBC TV show, The Cruise.

Jane is now a regular on ITV’s Loose Women, and in her official biography she wrote: “To Steve Holbrook, my best friend and spiritual advisor for the last 14 years. Thank you for making me feel wonderful, how do you do it?”

Steve explains all about his life in three biographies Light in the Darkness, Out of this World and the latest, Survival.

Over the last few years Steve has raised tens of thousands of pounds for local charities and has raised more than £50,000 for his local hospice in Wakefield, together with more than £5,000 for MacMillan Cancer Support in 2007.

He now raises money for PACT, a Sheffield-based charity that helps terminally ill children all over the country who have cancer and leukaemia, and his current total is £11,500.

He is determined that his charitable commitments will increase in the future – hopefully helping some lesser known institutions which don’t usually get the limelight or the publicity.

Steve comes to Lancaster’s Dalton Rooms on Wednesday, May 2, at 7.30pm. Tickets, priced £16 are available from our promotions team on 01772 254841.