Derek Acorah Stage Show. Reviews
Newest Review: ... him. She offered her son who was a medium to come down but luckily Derek changed the subject - we didn't pay to see her son, we went to see Mr Acorah! In the first half, Derek spoke to about five people and it was all sorts from grandparents to people who died young in accidents etc. Some people were a bit nervous on the microphone and some were really confident. You could tell Derek spoke longer to the confident people than the ones who were shy or witholding information from him (ie. just answering yes or no). After an hour it was the interval and we were intrigued but not entirely convinced. Some of the connections seemed a bit random, ... more
Customer Derek Acorah Stage Show. Reviews (4)
by - written on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 357 readings)
This is a review of 'an evening with Derek Acorah' which I went to at the Doncaster Dome. Tickets were £20 each and I took a friend for her birthday. We were both aware of Derek from the TV Programme 'Most Haunted' where Derek uses his medium skills to speak to spirits. The doors opened at 7pm and we were a little early so had a drink in the bar. We clocked some strange types (no offence meant) in the bar and noted that there seemed to be a type of person who attends these kind of events. We stood in a queue for about 30 minutes before we go to our seats and Derek came on just after 7.30 pm. He spent approx 15 minutes explaining what he ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/09 (Very useful, 513 readings)
Background: I had been a huge fan of Derek Acorah for many years. He first came to my attention when he was the Medium in the Living programme 'Most Haunted'. My eldest Niece and I used to love to watch him communicate with the Spirit world and this was the highlight of our week to see what happened to him and the Team. However it was always him that captivated my imagination. About Derek Acorah: Derek Acorah first choice of career was not as a Medium. He wanted to be a professional footballer, having been on Liverpool's books for the age of 15. But by 26 a knee injury had brought a premature ending to this career. He inherited his gift ... Read the complete review
by anon from bgham - written on 15/04/09
i have just spent a very expensive and very boring evening in birmignham watching derek accorah decieving people over and over again. Having read the article by Don and Jean Sweet in scarbourough at a same show from 2005!, i am shocked thouroughly that what is now three years later, is like reading the show i have just been to!!! the exact same names are used, the preganancy, the demetia, the patial eyesight, the names - all the very same things!!! i am disgusted, as some of the audience wer in tears at a man who obviously does the same thing day in and day out and makes money out of the hope of innocent people worrying about those who have died. he used teh same name ... Read the complete review
by Rich - written on 03/12/06
I went to see Derek Acorah at the Fairfield halls in Croydon. I am a fan and indeed a believer. This show did nothing to turn me away, it simply confirmed Derek as a gentleman trying to share his gift with the world. He happens to be a great showman and it is easy to warm to him. I have since booked up to see him again for 2 coming shows in 2007. One word, ... Read the complete review
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