3:00pm Monday 30th April 2012
By Nikki Jarvis
A passionate psychic medium is hoping to bring messages of comfort from beyond the grave to people in Dartford.
Tony Stockwell is holding a demonstration at The Orchard Theatre during which he will use his extraordinary paranormal abilities to communicate amazingly accurate messages.
He calls upon his natural wit, showmanship and Cockney charisma to entertain but more importantly, his mediumship has the potential to change someone’s life.
Tony, a huge fan of Bluewater, told News Shopper: “I’ve been doing this for 27 years now all over the world.
“It’s something I love doing and luckily enough people love me doing it.
“The process is I start to feel someone next to me and I will start working through the blocks of connection – gender, age – I’ll say ‘I’ve got a lady, she’s 47, she passed with cancer.
“I’ll get a name, relationship maybe part of an address.
“Sometimes it’s very specific.
“Once some years back I had a man who had died in the Congo and another from a hand gliding accident.”
There has only been one occasion when nothing came to Tony during a demonstration 20 years ago.
Tony added: “It was a church booking and nothing came to me so I did a question and answer session.
“But it proves it’s real for any sceptics.”
The talented clairvoyant ‘s favourite moment came in Canberra, Australia when he met a woman who had just lost her son.
“He was six months old and died in her arms – she was absolutely beside herself.” Tony continued.
“I said his name was Adam and I told her she was pregnant or she would be very shortly.
“She said ‘I can’t have another baby’ but when I went back this year she told me she had given birth and that I’d made a real difference in her life.”
For those who do not receive a message, the use of a big screen allows the audience to become deeply involved in the entire process.
Tony takes them with him on a spiritual and emotional rollercoaster which would force the most hardened of cynics to rethink their views on the afterlife.
And his favourite audiences are working class.
He said: “I much prefer working class audiences because you have really good banter and fun and messages can be a little bit edgy – one man was talking about being in prison and coming back to his ex-wife.
“It’s good fun.”
An Evening of Mediumship with Tony takes place on May 21 at 7.45pm.
Tickets are available from £20.50.
For bookings visit orchardtheatre.co.uk
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