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Top TV Mind Reader To Fool Audiences In Wool

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9:42am 4th May 2012

He went on TV and fooled Penn and Teller and now he's going to fool you.

Comedy Mind Reader Graham P Jolley is appearing in Wool this Sunday for a special charity show.

It's to raise money for a local teenager who sufferers from a rare and debilitating disease.

Comedian Herbie Adams is also on the bill.

The event's called Out of Your Mind - a night of Mystery, Music and Mirth.

Profits from the event will go to the Ataxia Telangiectasia Society.

The SAS Duo from Wareham will also be playing.

The show is being held at the Durberville Hall in Colliers Lane in Wool.

Tickets for the event are £850 advance reservation (£9.50 at the door if available) and can be obtained from Ellen on 01929 405 878.



Listen here to see what happened when Graham Jolley tried to read Maria Greenwood's mind.

 

 



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