Posted in Adelaide Fringe 2011

An Evening of the Unexpected (Adelaide Fringe 2011)

Date: 6 March 2011

Often the Adelaide Fringe is overflowing with shows full of people claiming to be able to read your mind and guess everything you can ever imagine, and for the gullible amongst us you’ll love those shows. For the sceptics though, Anthony Laye’s An Evening of the Unexpected is the perfect foray into the world of mind boggling mentalism.

Anthony doesn’t profess to be a psychic instead he employs clever tricks such as subtle suggestion, misdirection and a little bit of reverse psychology to keep you guessing…how in the hell did he do that?

Although Anthony lacks a little of the sophistication and stage presents of his counterpart Philip Escoffey: Six More Impossible Things Before Dinner, he is still loads of fun and highly entertaining. It’s almost guaranteed that when you leave his show, your entire conversation home will be about trying to figure out exactly how he did what he did.

This show delivers on its promise of the unexpected and guarantees you an entertaining night out.

– Suzanna Parisi NovaFM

http://www.novafm.com.au/article/adelaide-fringe-2011-review-evening-unexpected

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