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Keith Barry in Navan at weekend

Tuesday, 13th May, 2014 9:31am
Keith Barry in Navan at weekend

Keith Barry appears in the Newgrange Hotel on Sunday 18th May.

Keith Barry in Navan at weekend

Keith Barry appears in the Newgrange Hotel on Sunday 18th May.

Hot on the heels of his hugely successful TV3 show ‘Brain Hacker’, Keith Barry is back on the road with his largest Irish tour to date! Keith is bringing his brand new show ‘Brain Hacker Live’ on a 50 date tour around Ireland, including 14 nights in Dublin’s Olympia Theatre, with many venues already completely sold out!

Keith will take the audience on a mind-blowing rollercoaster ride where they will participate in astounding feats based around thoughts implanted in their minds, behaviour that only Keith can influence, and brain hacking as if their minds were a computer.

Following on from the success of my show ‘Brain Hacker’ on TV3, I can’t wait to bring the live version around Ireland. This is my biggest tour to date and I will definitely have a few surprises for the audiences With this latest venture I want to challenge people's belief systems and show them how easily their behaviour can be influenced with a bit of brain-hacking! Anything could happen!” said Keith.

 

Keith’s most recent tour, ‘The Dark Side’ ended last year and was a complete sell-out, making him one of Ireland’s top entertainers in 2013. Keith served as a consultant on the new action thriller ‘Now You See Me’ (released in 2013) which starred Woody Harrelson and Morgan Freeman and saw Keith play a cameo role in the film. Keith is now back working on the sequel to ‘Now You See Me’, as well as on a pilot for ITV.

 

Keith Brings his live show to the Newgrange Hotel Navan Sunday 18th May, tickets available from hotel reception and ticketmaster.ie

 

Tickets for Brain Hacker Live are on sale now from usual outlets nationwide. More information is available at www.keithbarry.com.

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