Robert Temple the Hypnotist

@ Tyne Theatre & Opera House

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17 October 2020

Robert Temple is bringing his brand new show The Hypnotist: Red Raw to the Tyne Theatre & Opera House on Saturday 17th October 2020.

Following a successful twenty-three day run at the Edinburgh Fringe last year, Robert Temple is back on tour with a brand new show featuring sketches that will have the audience laughing for days.

The talented hypnotist and comedian has been bringing his spellbinding shows to audiences all across the globe for the past fifteen years and to Tyne Theatre & Opera House since 2015.

The Hypnotist: Red Raw follows on from his 2018 show ‘MAGIC’ and will be Robert Temple’s fourth show at Tyne Theatre & Opera House.  Volunteers from the audience will unlock their imaginations and create a once-in-a-lifetime show of improvised comedy, live on stage and under the influence of hypnosis.

Whether it be watching from the audience or participating as a star of the show, The Hypnotist: Red Raw is the perfect night out.

Theatre Director Joanne Johnson said “We’re very excited for Robert Temple to return to our stage. He’s a very talented hypnotist and comedian. We’re certain that the audience will be captivated by this new show just as they were with his previous shows.”

Tickets are priced: £18.50 or £17.50 concessions (Show content 15+)

Venue
Tyne Theatre & Opera House
117 Westgate Road
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 4AG

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