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To complete this review we (Tim) decided to get right up amongst it and be PART of the show itself….and what an experience it was.

Due to being hypnotised we have no memory of the show and therefore this ends the review…

However, multiple members of the team were in attendance and filled Tim in on what he missed and what a show it was. The high energy, fast paced show led by the extremely engaging Matt Hale is a blast from start to finish, with the 80s inspired soundtrack and themes hitting right in all the core memory slots for this reviewer. The crowd was right into this from the outset, as a dozen or so crowd members volunteer (you aren’t forced to do a thing, so don’t fear the front row…Matt is a no pressure hypnotist!) and are promptly put to sleep. Then the fun begins.

The crowd loved the antics, nothing was so embarrassing it would end any careers and everyone left happy and for those who took part in the show….relaxed!

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