Psychic Sally – 10 Year Anniversary Tour
World renowned psychic, television and theatre star and the UK’s favourite award winning medium Sally Morgan is back and better than ever with her phenomenal interactive 10 year anniversary show. Sally is one of the Uk’s most successful touring acts and has been wowing audiences across the country for the past 10 years.
Sally’s jaw dropping show has attracted amazed reviews from theatre goers and psychic fans. The messages from beyond come thick and fast. Funny, entertaining, touching, sometimes heart-breaking, often controversial; The 10 year anniversary tour showcases the phenomenal ability of the nation’s best loved medium.
Sally says ‘The shows will be psychic dynamite and although they are undoubtedly entertaining, there is also a very serious side, which is to give audience members messages of hope and love from the other side’.
This is a unique evening not to be missed. Book your tickets now to see this phenomenal psychic in action.
The show is investigational and for the purpose of entertainment
Psychic Sally – 10 Year Anniversary Tour
Chepstow Walking Festival 24th – 28th April 2019
Join this popular walking festival now in its 7th year exploring the rich heritage and beauty of the Lower Wye Valley and beyond. A packed programme of 35 guided walks led by experienced walk leaders some who are specialists in the their field such as Dr Mark Lewis Senior Curator at the Roman Legion Museum Caerleon, Rob Dingle Trail Officer for Offa’s Dyke Path, David Morgan, Chair of Long Distance Walkers Association who has devised the Monmouthshire Way, a long distance circular trail starting/finishing at Chepstow and Gavin Jones, Community Engagement Officer for the Living Levels Landscape Partnership scheme who will be joining two brand new walks along the levels to reconnect people and communities to their landscape and provide a sustainable future for this historic and vibrant place.
Some of the walks visit establishments which are rarely or never open to the public such Allt-y-bela home to the 2000 Best in Show Garden at Chelsea and the farm where the award winning Brookes ice cream is made.
Whether you are a seasoned walker or just enjoy a short walk with the dog there should be something to suit.
Chepstow Walking Festival Tickets cost £5 single or £15 for a Supersaver which gives the opportunity to join as many walks as you wish. Under 16’s are fee as is the Walk for Health.
Tickets available online at http://www.walksinchepstow.co.uk or alternatively from Chepstow Tourist Information Centre NP16 5EY
See below an outline of the individual events taking place throughout the Chepstow Walking Festival
Walk 1 – St Tewdrig’s Trail
Walk 2 – Woods and Water with Wye Valley Area of National Beauty
Walk 3 – Offa’s Dyke Path Brockweir to Sedbury with the National Trail Officer
Walk 4 – Railways, Reens and a Woodland Ramble
Walk 5 – Wells and Springs and Things
Walk 6 – Llangwm and a Medieval House
Walk 7 – Three Churches around Kilgwrrwg
Walk 8 – Monmouthshire Way – Rogiet to Chepstow
Walk 9 – Woods, Views, History and Industry
Walk 10 – St Arvans Roundabout
Walk 11- Walk for Health at Lydney Docks
Walk 12 – Devauden with ice cream and cheese!
Walk 13 – The Gwent Levels From above with The Living Levels Partnership
Walk 14 – Earlswood and Bullyhole Bottom
Walk 15 – St Briavels Castle to Chepstow Castle
Walk 16 – Churches of the Gwent Levels
Walk 17 – Western Approaches to Trellech
Walk 18 – The Garden City Story
Walk 19 – The Resistance Walk
Walk 20 – Bream Heritage Walk
Walk 21 – Forest Walk Through Lydney Park
Walk 22 – The Narth and Beacon Hill via the No.65 Bus
Workshop – Map Interpretation
Presentation – A Walk in the Park
Walk 23 – Dawn Chorus
Walk 24 – The Railway Walk part 1
Walk 25 – Welsh Speaking Walk Around Piercefield Park
Walk 26 – Three Castles and Three Murders
Walk 27 – Clytha and Bettws Newydd with Bluebells!
Walk 28 – Chepstow’s Orchard and Wildlife Trail l
Evening Event – An Evening with the Stars
Walk 29 – The Railway Walk part 2
Walk 30 – Aust and the Severn Estuary
Walk 31 – Our Literary Hero
Walk 32 – Woolaston and Alvington Circular
Walk 33 – Barbadoes and Botany Bay Woods and Riverside
Walk 34 – National Diving & Activity Centre, Tidenham and Beyond
Walk 35 – Caerwent’s Roman HeritageNational Diving & Activity Centre, Tidenham and Beyond
For all the information that you need about the individual walks, talks and events check the website which also includes details of the individual events such as start times, difficulties, distance, duration and anything you may need.
Chepstow Walking Festival 2019
Critically acclaimed, award-winning, best-selling writer, journalist and documentary filmmaker Jon Ronson returns to the UK in May with his new show Tales from The Last Days of August and The Butterfly Effect. The tour commences at the Corn Exchange, Cambridge on the 6th May, and culminates at the Edinburgh Assembly Rooms on the 27th May.
“It makes for a gripping listen, a story that unfolds in a madly unpredictable way.”
The Guardian (on The Butterfly Effect)
In this brand new show, Jon will recount his recent adventures in the porn world – based on his hit podcasts The Butterfly Effect and The Last Days of August. It’ll be a mysterious, funny, sad tale about porn, kindness, violence, bad thoughts, and the wonders of remaining curious. There will be new stories, never before heard audio, some very strange (PG rated) bespoke porn film clips, and maybe some special guests too.
“The Butterfly Effect has the same level of detail and widescreen storytelling that you would expect from a television documentary.” Financial Times
Jon Ronson’s nonfiction books include so You’ve Been Publicly Shamed, The Psychopath Test, Them: Adventures With Extremists, Lost At Sea and The Men Who Stare At Goats. All have been international and/or New York Times best-sellers, translated into more than 30 languages, and his two TED talks have been watched 15 million times.
“An eye-opening and often heartwarming exercise in breaking taboos.”
NME (on The Butterfly Effect)
Jon Ronson’s original screenplays include the critically acclaimed Netflix original Okja, which he co-wrote with Bong-Joon Ho, and Frank, which he co-wrote with Peter Straughan. Okja was selected to compete for the Palm D’Or at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival and Frank won the Best Screenplay Award at the 2014 British Independent Film Awards. The Men Who Stare At Goats was adapted into a film starring George Clooney.
In the US Jon Ronson is a regular contributor to This American Life, the New York Times and GQ magazines, and regularly appears as a guest on radio and TV. In the UK he writes for The Guardian; his documentaries include Stanley Kubrick’s Boxes, The Secret Rulers of the World, and seven seasons of the multi-award winning BBC Radio 4 programme Jon Ronson On… His most recent works are the Audible Original Series The Butterfly Effect and The Last Days of August.
Remember to get your tickets for the event at St Davids Hall in Cardiff via the ticket link below