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Hilarity Bites presents Tom Binns: The Psychic Comedium on Friday 31st January 2020
Coming to Hilarity Bites at the Coliseum Centre in Whitby on January 31st 2020:
Hilarity Bites presents Tom Binns: The Psychic Comedium
Multi award-winning comedian Tom Binns has performed his Psychic Character Ian D Montfort to 5-star reviews around the world.
He’s entertained and amazed sceptics and believers alike on his own BBC Radio 2 series ‘Ian D Montfort is: Unbelievable’, his critically acclaimed BBC One series ‘Hospital People’, and in the smash hit British film ‘Eaten By Lions’.
During this time Tom appears to have started to believe he has genuine psychic ability and now performs as The Psychic Comedium.
“I’ve discovered I have psychic abilities that are at least as strong as anyone who has ever claimed to be a psychic. If not stronger”
In his performances Tom clearly makes jaw-dropping revelations about his audience but is he gifted? Is he deluded? Or is he just full of sh*t?
Whatever you decide his gift for comedy is undeniable and his psychic powers are unbelievable!
“Binns has either gone native or so deeply ironic that he’s lost touch with reality. I can only assume he’d sell more tickets as a ‘real’ psychic. In this post-truth, end of days, era we are living in, why not? Best of luck to him” – Horizon
This show will also feature support from Cats Does Countdown favourite Ivan Brackenbury.
Tickets for this show can be bought can be bought online at www.hilaritybites.co.uk, in person from the Coliseum Centre, or telephone 01947 825000.
Tickets for this show are £10 in advance, or £12 on the door, with doors opening at 7:30pm and the show starting at 8pm.
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