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Talking belief and wonder with mentalist team The Sentimentalists

Image: The Sentimentalists

Imagine your thoughts transferred across the room with 100 percent accuracy. Someone thinks of the name of their favourite film and The Sentimentalists duo Steffi Kay and Mysterion are able to divine that movie. Spoons bend, drawings are duplicated, and as a special treat, they are able to correctly identify items in the wallets and bags of audience members and random spectators. 

World-renowned mentalist Mysterion partners with mentalist Steffi Kay to create a mind reading experience that is truly breathtaking. Steffi brings a grace, flair and elegance to the mentalism she practises and with her vintage look, approach and style you will feel transported back to Vaudeville and the golden age of magic.  David Peck talks to the duo on today's Face2Face podcast. 

Mysterion has appeared on stages around the globe, with hundreds of television and media appearances to his credit. Together, he and Steffi Kay showcase their special way of communicating with a touch of humour, and most importantly, class. The Sentimentalists are members of The Magic Castle in Hollywood CA, have recently toured sold out shows across the US and are the headline act regularly at Dave and Busters in the GTA, The CNE and Canada's Wonderland.

You can find out more info about them here.

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Image Copyright: The Sentimentalists. Used with permission.

For more information about David Peck's podcasting, writing and public speaking please visit his  site here.

With thanks to producer Josh Snethlage and Mixed Media Sound.

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