Bolton Albert Halls has more than ever to offer this September, with a wide variety of shows offering something for everyone.
The crème de la crème of the spiritual reading circuit will take to the stage, with the Psychic Show on September 9 featuring four mediums giving readings to the audience.
Then, on September 14, Gordon Smith, said to be one of the most accurate mediums in the world, will offer his unique brand of entertainment and mind-boggling ability in his Beyond Belief show.
For readings of a different kind, comedian Robin Ince is bringing his new stand-up comedy show, Bad Book Club, to the halls on September 17. Robin provides the audience with a laugh a minute as he reveals the link between his twin passions of science and bad literature.
Another major highlight this month sees Australian guitarist Derrin Nauendorf and singer-songwriter Carus Thompson performing on September 19.
While Derrin has sold over 17,000 albums around the world from the back of his car, Carus started out as an Australian roots act but now receives rave reviews opening European tours for the likes of Seth Lakeman and Jack Johnson.
The month ends with a treat for young and old alike, as Annie, the charming tale of the flame-haired orphan, is recreated at the halls. With tickets for under-16s at less than £10, the show provides the perfect night out for all the family.
To book any of these shows visit the Bolton Albert Halls website or telephone the Box Office on 01204 334400.