Steve Holbrook at Masonic Hall

IS there anybody there is one of the questions we ask ourselves on a daily basis.

Is there really life after death? Clairaudient Medium Steve Holbrook’s main aim is to prove that, indeed, life does go on.

Night after night in packed theatres across the UK, Steve passes messages on to people in the audience from relatives who have moved on to their spiritual home.

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And you too can see why he is so popular as he visits Worksop on Friday 9th November.

Steve has worked successfully for over 30 years in the UK and on cruises.

He has proven himself to be one of the most accurate mediums in the country, constantly giving names and dates and information to the audience that no-one else would ever know apart from themselves.

Steve is a Clairaudient medium rather than Clairvoyant, so he hears the spirits rather than sees them, and sees himself as a telephone exchange between this world and the next.

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The evenings promise to take you on a roller coaster of emotions, from comfort and joy, to laughter and tears and back again.

Steve has three books out – Light In The Darkness, Out Of This World, and Survival, the most recent.

They offer a true insight into the day to day life of a working medium, Steve’s beliefs on many areas of Spiritualism, and a great background into his life.

One of Steve’s best friends is the multi-talented Jane MacDonald, singer and presenter on ITV’s Loose Women.

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Steve met Jane in a Spiritualist Church many years ago, and predicted she would be on BBC television as part of a cruise entertainment documentary.

She didn’t believe it, but the year after it came true and she was the star of The Cruise, the first docu-soap, and she had the biggest selling debut album of all time.

She has dedicated her auto-biography to Steve, calling him her inspiration and guru, and can’t thank him enough for being their when she needs guidance.

Steve has also raised tens of thousands of pounds for charities over the years, over £50,000 for his local hospice in Wakefield, £5000 for MacMillan Support, and most recently for PACT – a charity that helps terminally ill children across the UK – is over £16000.

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He is dedicated to raising money and awareness for this charity.

Steve Holbrook is appearing at Worksop, Masonic Hall on Friday 9th November at 7.30pm. Doors at 7pm.

Tickets priced at £16 are available in advance by calling 01302 347226. Tickets on the door are £17.

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