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Apr 20

Steptoe and Son

07:30pm

Relive some of Steptoe and Son's finest misadventures through this brand new production.

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Published 18th Dec 2017

Derek Acorah returns to middlesbrough theatre in january

Acclaimed spiritualist medium Derek Acorah is coming to Middlesbrough Theatre.

The Liverpudlian medium’s regular appearances on UK Living’s Most Haunted and James Whale’s radio show have gained him a staunch following.

The author and performer is one of the foremost names in the world of psychic phenomena, and one of the most engaging and entertaining personalities of his genre.

With countless hours of spirit contact, one-to-one readings, numerous TV appearances and 20 years of live stage shows, Derek Acorah is unquestionably the most time-honoured and respected spirit medium in the UK today.

As a result, his theatre shows have sold out across the world for decades.

Derek’s brand new tour comes to Middlesbrough Theatre on Friday, January 26.

• Tickets are £18.50 and on sale now.

Phone the Box Office on 01642 81 51 81 or book online at www.middlesbroughtheatre.co.uk



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