Win tickets to a Show Of Hands with Stephen Howe

The Weston & Somerset Mercury has teamed up with The Playhouse, Weston, to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of tickets to see the show

EVER wondered what the future has in store for you?Well, you may be able to find out when professional psychic consultant Stephen Howe delivers an evening of palm reading and clairvoyance in Show Of Hands.Expected to be an entertaining and enlightening evening, the show aims to provide a fascinating insight into palm reading. Using a large onstage screen, Stephen will introduce the audience to the physical characteristics of their hands by examining the lines and configurations of the palm. He will then explain in detail the information displayed in people's palms, and invite the audience to discover the potential of their own, in a unique audience interactive palmistry experience.Stephen has been reading palms for over 20 years and his skills and personality have led to regular appearances on television programmes such as Livetime, Predictions, Your Destiny TV and Star Secrets with Carol Smillie and Esther Rantzen.He has made many broadcasts on radio including a phone-in programme in which listeners faxed in their palm prints during the transmission for an instant reading.A member of the PSI Ethical Guild of Professional Psychic Consultants, Stephen has delivered talks and readings onboard Cunard's cruise liners in the USA and Europe, and is also co-author of the book, Through Our Eyes, a story of psychic experience.Show Of Hands will be staged at The Playhouse, Weston, on March 28. Tickets, priced £12 are available from the box office on 01934 645544 or at* The Weston & Somerset Mercury has teamed up with The Playhouse to offer one lucky readers the chance to each win a pair of tickets to see the show.To enter, please answer the following question: Which book is Stephen Howe a co-author of?* Closes: 9am on March 22. Usual Archant rules apply and the editor's decision is final.

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