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Sally Morgan: Psychic to the stars brings show to Bishop's Stortford

Sally Morgan Live at Churchill Theatre, Bromley, in 2014
Sally Morgan Live at Churchill Theatre, Bromley, in 2014

A touring TV medium promises to bring messages from beyond the grave to her fans in Bishop's Stortford this May.

Sally Morgan, one of Britain’s best-known psychics, will perform at Rhodes Arts Complex as part of her UK tour, Kisses to Heaven.

This year marks Sally’s 10th consecutive year as a touring psychic. While critics have branded her a fraud, this has not discouraged her dedicated fanbase, many of whom are eager for her to share communication from the dead.

“It is a real privilege to be able to stand in front of a live audience and give out messages,” the 66-year-old said. “I cannot believe it has been 10 years of touring.”

Sally’s sell-out theatre shows were the subject of Sky Living’s TV series Psychic Sally: On The Road. She was also the star of ITV’s Star Psychic and has written several best-selling books, including the latest instalment of her life story, Call Me Psychic.

Sally believes she had her first psychic experience at the age of four when she saw her first ghost; she says she possesses the ability to receive messages from spirit world.

The ‘Psychic to the Stars’ read for Princess Diana for over four years and has given readings for countless celebrities and public figures. She has been linked with stars such as George Michael, Katie Price and Helen Flanagan. She has appeared on TV shows Loose Woman, Big Brother’s Bit on the Side, Celebrity Come Dine With Me and Celebrity Juice.

Reviewers have commended her straight-talking, down-to-earth style and bubbly personality and she has been credited with bringing mediumship into the 21st century.

“Spirit moves in mysterious ways but with us always,” she said. “Open mediumship messages are a pure channel of spirit letting us know they are there, at peace and always with us. When you come to one of my shows you will be able to see spirit working in all its glory.

“My ability allows me to harness the energy around individuals in the audience and pass on messages from their loved ones who have passed with incredible accuracy. I call every message validated a wonder moment. So, take your seats, relax, be open-minded and ready to come forward if you think the message is for you.”

She added: “Be ready for tears, laughter and a journey into the unknown. I am so looking forward to seeing my fans at Bishop’s Stortford for what will be an unforgettable evening for all.”

Sally Morgan will be at Rhodes on Wednesday, May 9. The show will begin at 7.30pm and tickets cost £26.50. Visit rhodesartscomplex.co.uk to book your tickets.

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