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Renowned medium, Derek Acorah will be at Stamford Corn Exchange on Thursday, May 28.

A pioneer for spiritualism and mediumship on television, Derek needs no introduction. He has demonstrated his ability to many hundreds of thousands of people in theatres throughout the UK, Europe, the Middle East, India, Australia and New Zealand.

His television career dates back more than 15 years and he was the first medium ever to demonstrate live on air without the benefit of an edit suite on programmes such as Psychic Live Time and The Psychic Zone.

The event starts at 7.30pm and tickets are £17.50 or £34 for the dinner and show.

Also appearing at Stamford Corn Exchange in the next few weeks is the legendary Cornish comedian, Jethro on Saturday, May 30 and Andrea Pattison and the Partoners in The Dolly Parton Story on Saturday, June 6.

Jethro is a true comedy genius who has the rare ability to paint hilarious pictures in the mind of his audience armed with nothing more than a microphone.

In addition to his stage performances, Jethro made many appearances on television shows including those hosted by Des O'Connor.

He has sold more than 4 million DVDs and has an army of followers who love the unpredictable, irreverent twaddle that reduces his audience to tears of laughter night after unforgettable night.

The show starts at 7.30pm and is suitable for over 16s. Tickets are £19.50 or £36 for a dinner and show.

The Dolly Parton Story is a theatre tribute show that features an all live four-piece backing band. It pays homage to the fantastic country and western singer and to all the fantastic music she has written and performed over the years.

Fronted by professional singer and lifelong Dolly Parton fan, Andrea Pattison, pictured, the show features faithful performances of Dolly's most celebrated material along with some of Andrea's own music including an original song from her first album, Stormy’s Daughter.

The music starts at 7.30pm and tickets are £17 (£16.50) or £33 for dinner and show from the theatre box office: 01780 766455. Visit http://www.stamford-corn-exchange.co.uk for more details and the seating plan.



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