THE NATION'S FAVOURITE MEDIUM
The nation’s favourite medium is back on the road and is returning to the Ricoh Arena for the sixth time.
Psychic Sally Morgan has wowed audiences in five sell-out shows in Hall 5 at the Ricoh Arena – and she will be displaying her amazing psychic abilities once again on Tuesday, May 12.
She will be in front of live audiences across the UK during Psychic Sally on the Road 2015 to share her remarkable gift in a show which is different at every venue.
Possessed of an incredible ability, the former housewife from the suburbs has become a global hit and has cemented her place as the nation’s best-loved psychic with one of the most successful touring shows in the UK.
She has performed in front of a combined audience of over 750,000 people in hundreds of venues.
Sally said: “I love being on the road, reaching out to my fans and comforting people about life after death.
“Every night when I’m on stage amazing things happen and it’s a privilege to be able to pass on messages of love and comfort to the people I share my gift with.”
Sally is the former medium to Diana, the Princess of Wales, and has a long list of celebrity clients. Her TV show Sally Morgan: On the Road ran for three series and continues to be shown around the world.
In 2014, she toured Australia and will return there again this summer. She is also the bestselling author of several books and is a regular guest and panellist on television shows.
Sally was born with her amazing gift and remembers a childhood full of strange goings on and interactions with the spirit world. She spent years practicing as a medium from home and word spread of her remarkable talent and uncanny accuracy.
Her debut ITV show, Star Psychic, gave a fresh, contemporary twist to mediumship and in 2008 she took the decision to share her gift with more people by devising a series of live shows which evolved into a sell-out national tour.
Sally is touring extensively in 2015 and her new memoir, Call Me Psychic, will be published in the spring.
Liz Cooper, marketing director at the Ricoh Arena, said this was Sally’s eighth year of touring.
“The response to Sally’s shows at the Ricoh Arena has always been phenomenal with tickets being snapped up quickly,” she said.
“We are delighted to welcome Sally back again in May because her shows are a combination of being funny, entertaining, heart-breaking and sometimes controversial.”
Tickets for the Ricoh Arena show are available at £24.50 plus booking fee by ringing 0844 338 0338 or from www.theticketfactory.com . Doors open at 6.30pm on May 12.