Andre the Hilarious Hypnotist 2015

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Hypnotist Show

Audience favourite Andre the Hilarious Hypnotist returns to enthral local fans with his quick-witted humour and astonishing tricks of the mind.  For the past 21 years Andre has held audiences spellbound with his unique brand of dry wit combined with an unwavering sense of humour and uncanny ability to get members of the public to engage in weird, whacky and wonderfully funny activities on stage.

Andre’s shows are traditionally crowd-pullers, as the man is renowned for presenting unforgettable, highly-interactive performances that leave his audiences flitting between fits of laughter and gasping in amazement as ordinary volunteers drop deep into hypnotic trances and lose all inhibitions with just a click of his fingers.  His shows are geared for the whole family, and even those who have previously experienced the magic of his shows get to enjoy something new every time. It is no surprise then that his stage appearances are eagerly anticipated by his loyal fans throughout South Africa.

Andre, who has presented his explosively funny shows at more than 4 500 live performances, and hypnotized well over 30000 people, propels the age-old art form of hypnosis into the 21st century with supersonic hypnotic speed and outrageously funny sketches.  Trained by the legendary Max Collie and having set attendance records at nearly all theatres in South Africa, Andre is yet to show signs of slowing down. Now officially 100 kg’s lighter (due to a diet that finally worked), this star entertainer has found a new "spring in his step" and  describes the new him as being young, thin and funny.

Andre’s performance times at The Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre are 19h30 (Tuesdays to Saturdays) and 15h00 (Sundays). Tickets cost R80 per person (Tuesday to Thursday), R90 (Friday to Sunday) and R70 for block bookings. Tickets through Computicket are available at Shoprite Checkers. For phone bookings, call 0861 915 8000 or book online at  Tickets can also be bought at the door from one hour before the shows start.