Renowned hypnotist offers something new

Who wants something different on the stages in the Elk Valley? Something entertaining and engaging and perhaps even funny. Who doesn’t really?

Renowned hypnotist offers something new

Who wants something different on the stages in the Elk Valley? Something entertaining and engaging and perhaps even funny. Who doesn’t really? Who wants to see their friends all together on stage barking like a pack of dogs, or dancing around like chickens in a barnyard blazer? Who wants to see people they know make total buffoons of themselves so they can laugh with them?  So we can all laugh together. A good night of comedy is coming to Fernie this October in the form of a ‘comedic-hypnotist.’ Tyzen has been described as one of world’s most amazing Comedic Stage Hypnotists. From Las Vegas, this entertainer is very quickly working his way to the top with his hilarious and innovative show. He describes his show as “Hypnosis that rocks.” Tyzen began his career as an entertainer at the young age of 15, when one fateful day he caught his first glimpse of the wonders of David Copperfield’s magic on television. He was mesmerized and vowed to learn everything he could about the art of illusion and magic. Tyzen also has a background in Improv Comedy making his magic unique and entertaining. When he had perfected his skill, he began traveling North America mystifying audiences everywhere he went. Any skeptics doubting the reality of hypnotism may find closure on this night. Any one looking for something new may witness something truly original. Anyone looking to laugh at their friend or loved one as they do ‘the worm’ in front of an audience may want to go see this renowned hypnotist. Tyzen Will be performing at the Northern Bar and Stage on Tuesday October 18. Get ready for laughter.

 

By Colin Lock

 

 

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