Colin Fry connects with Sutton's spirit world
Sutton is connecting with the spirit world this month, writes Sophia Sleigh.
Colin Fry, known as "the people’s medium", will bring his insight into the spirit world with a night of spiritual harmony.
He will also be joined by friends - the "psychic cop" Keith Charles and Ivan Lee.
Fry has had success in television with programmes such as the Sixth Sense with Colin Fry, Psychic Private Eyes and Colin Fry Live.
He has also appeared in shows in New Zealand and Norway.
He says: “Most people are familiar with our work and of course others are not familiar.
“What I always say to people is I think it’s a good idea to have a degree of scepticism as long as they are not cynical.
“It’s three mediums all working together with very different styles.
“I’ve known Keith for a few years – when I was a young lad – Keith was the medium we looked up to.
“They are all fun nights – we’ve all got a sense of humour.
“If we didn’t have a humorous to it – it would be too tragic.”
Fry has been dealing with tragic and sad passings for nearly 35 years and the experiences have lead to him write advice columns for various publications.
This will not be Fry’s first trip to the Borough as he has also served at Sutton Spiritualist Church.
He says: “I always say to people don’t tell me anything – when I walk onto the stage I don’t want to have any knowledge before hand.”
He is adamant, that no information, letters or photographs are passed to him prior to any performance and further requests that his audience do not write to him giving any details of why they are attending or desired connections.
In the course of his career, Fry has given consultations to many famous people and dignitaries.
However, it is his policy, as with all members of the public, this remains totally private and confidential, unless the person wishes to make it public knowledge themselves.
All the mediums will work individually then altogether at the end of the evening.
Colin Fry and Friends, Secombe Theatre, 42 Cheam Road, Sutton, April 29, 7.30pm, £17, 0208 770 6990, suttontheatres.co.uk.