During An Evening of Clairvoyance with Steve Holbrook, the spiritualist will take audiences on an “emotional roller coaster ride” as he contacts the other side with the help of his spirit guide.
He said: “I act as a telephone exchange, passing messages from people in the spirit world to people in the audience, proving without a shadow of a doubt that life continues after death.”
Steve says he first realised his unique talents when he was shopping in a supermarket aged 16 and heard someone from the other side asking him to pass on a message.
“I had to learn to deal with it. It was very scary at first but I learned it was a special gift I had to develop and nurture,” he added.
“Now listening to the spirit world feels as natural as breathing.”
The clairvoyant, who has released three autobiographies, says he has since gone on to help police with a murder investigation and even predicted the rise to stardom of friend and Loose Women regular Jane McDonald.
An Evening of Clairvoyance with Steve Holbrook is at the Village Hotel, Solihull next Thursday (March 22). Tickets are £16 on 01823 400264, or at www.steveholbrook.co.uk.
A collection for Parents Association of Children with Tumours and Leukaemia will also be held during the evening with over £15,000 already raised for the charity on the tour so far.