5th – 30th August
4-5pm, Assembly Hall
When he appeared on Derren Brown Investigates the talents of Liverpudlian medium Joe Power left the audience and critics divided.
You have a chance to decide if his powers are for real yourself this year with The Man Who Sees Dead People, Joe’s show at the Assembly Hall. With a healthy dose of Scouse humour, Joe will attempt to contact the spirit world each evening – bringing messages from beyond to loved ones in the audience.
But be warned, if you have secrets you’re keen to keep hidden, the talents of this TV regular may just reveal them – to a room packed full of Fringe-going strangers!
Tell us a little bit about your show – where’s it happening, what’s it about, why should people come to see it?
My brand new psychic show will be at the Assembly Hall Rainy Hall. The show is a one hour paranormal activity show with a combination of spirit messages, secrets, psychic readings and all things mystical!
Anything paranormal could happen throughout the show. This is not an illusion – this is the real deal.
If you want a psychic message, or want to know what your future holds, or even a spiritual reading while at the festival, then come and along and see the power.
How will you be promoting your show?
Any way I can – I am hoping to do celebrity readings, haunted walks, ghost tours – any suggestions from anyone, I am ready to find the local ghosts!
What are you expecting from the Fringe?
This is the first time at the festival and I am really excited about the atmosphere, the buzz and sharing my insight about the work I do as a psychic medium.
And what are you hoping for?
To bring as many spirit people and ghosts to the Festival as possible.
If money was no object, what publicity stunt would you do to promote your show?
I would have a Joe Power psychic lottery for a million pounds to give one lucky winner from the Festival a life-changing experience.
Who else are you planning or hoping to see?
I am looking forward to meeting as may people as possible in Edinburgh, I am also really looking forward to showing my 2 year old son and my baby daughter the sights and watching the kids’ shows with them.
And I am also interested in catching some of the many comedy and music shows.
What do you have planned for after the Fringe?
A holiday with my partner and babies before I start my theatre tour.
Sum up your show in three words for us:
Edinburgh’s Mystical Show
You can buy tickets for Joe Power’s show on the Assembly website.