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Don't miss this opportunity to see an ordinary woman with an extraordinary gift. For the first time Psychic Sally is bringing her unique show to The Forum, Northallerton
This is a rare opportunity to be up close with Sally and witness her amazing ability in the rawest form.
Sally has dedicated her life to exploring the work of spirit and her Close Encounters evening aims to give validation that our loved ones still exist.
Don't miss this opportunity to see a world-renowned psychic in action!*
This is a unique evening not to be missed.
Book your tickets now to see this phenomenal psychic in action.
£25 – Standard Ticket - Show Only
£40 – VIP Ticket – Includes Meet & Greet, photograph with Sally taken by our photographer that we will print on the night for the ticket holder to take home.
Shaun Ryder is nothing short of a living legend, O’Sullivan Events and the Forum are once again making it possible to get closer to the stars.
As the frontman of The Happy Mondays and Black Grape, Shaun is a fundamental cog in the Madchester phenomenon that spread across the globe. Creating mind-blowing anthems with an abundance of energy, his music has managed to transcend guitar and house music.
Join Shaun at The Forum, Northallerton for a fascinating interview about his years in The Happy Mondays & Black Grape. You will also hear his take on the Manchester music scene and truly incredible first-hand accounts of mad incidents and the rock & roll capers he is so renowned for.
Audience members will have the chance to ask Shaun questions and delve into the mind of a true icon of our time. You know this will be entertaining, make sure you're part of it!
Included in the night is also a live band for your entertainment on their way up the music ladder.
Meet & Greet with Shaun where you will have your photograph taken with him which we will print for you to take home on the night.
Entrance to the show.
Award-winning adventurer John Pilkington is one of Britain's most experienced adventurers and public speakers. After a career as an author and photographer, he spent many years with the BBC World Service and Radio 4, making travel documentaries and contributing to programmes such as 'From Our Own Correspondent'.
In this talk hear how, in 2011, John followed a spectacular branch of the Silk Road, starting in the Caucasus and crossing the Caspian Sea to Bukhara, Khiva and Samarkand. Reeling from the beauty of those legendary cities, hear how he turned south-east to explore the High Pamirs of Afghanistan – a region well-known to Marco Polo – before a dramatic finale at the source of the Oxus in the heart of Central Asia.
John has spoken to over 1,000 audiences in six countries, and holds the Royal Geographical Society's much-coveted Ness Award for popularising geography and the wider understanding of the world.
On a Sunny February morning in Antigua world record breaker Jasmine Harrison from Thirsk took the last few strokes of one the world’s hardest rowing challenges when she crossed the finishing line of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge.
Having set off in early December it had taken her 70 days, 3 hours and 48 mins to cover the 3000 miles from La Gomera in the Canaries to Antigua in the Caribbean across the unpredictable Atlantic ocean with only her lucky mascot “Wilson” as company, on crossing the finishing line Jasmine became the youngest person ever to undertake this amazing solo feat beating a world record that had stood for 10 years.
Come along and hear how Jasmine overcame isolation, sleep deprivation and injury, to achieve this amazing journey, listen to her frightening tales of twice having her boat capsize, coming within a whisker of being run down by a 750ft tanker and being tracked by sharks hoping for a mid-Atlantic meal, listen to how she swam with the dolphins that followed her boat and the amazing wildlife that lives in our oceans.
Jasmines story and stunning photography will be an evening not to miss.