David Meade wraps up record-breaking tour in Newry

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Saturday, May 12th, 2018
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In his funniest and most impossible show yet Mindreader, BBC star and mentalist David Meade will blow your mind as he beats the odds and predicts the impossible.

Now performing all over the world, David’s ‘Wizard of Odds’ national tour on home soil has been blowing minds across the country.

This year’s ‘Wizard of Odds’ show closes in Newry Town Hall on the 19th May.

The tour – his biggest yet – has sold out in venues across Ireland to over 7,000 people.

 

 

“It’s been fantastic to have the show so well received from Belfast to Dublin and, for me, it’s really special to close the tour in my home City,” David told Newry Times.

“Last year was the first time we took the tour to Newry and this year we added two nights in the City as the feedback was so good. 

He continued, “We were here in February and the audience was really energising. The Town Hall looks fabulous too since its restoration so we’re really looking forward to getting back to Newry for the final show this year on 19th May 2018.

“This year it’s a brand new show so I hope to welcome new audiences and old friends for lots of laughs, impossible feats, mindreading and general mayhem!” he added.

 

 

David’s last tour sold out everywhere, so grab your tickets now and look forward to a jaw dropping performance that your whole family will never forget.

Tickets priced at £18 are available from the Town Hall, Tel 028 3031 3180 or you can buy them on Eventbrite by clicking HERE.

To win THREE PAIRS OF TICKETS to see David Meade live in Newry, visit the Newry Times Facebook page.

 

 


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