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Medium to host one-off evening show in Barking

PUBLISHED: 12:00 25 February 2017

TJ Higgs

TJ Higgs

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One of the most respected mediums in the UK could tell you what the future holds tomorrow night.

TJ Higgs will swap the stages of Hollywood, Norway and Japan to take to the stage at Barking’s Broadway Theatre.

She has travelled the globe supporting popular TV medium Colin Fry, as well as appearing on Destiny TV, ITV3’s The X-tra Factor, more than 21 episodes of Psychic Private Eyes for Zone Reality and investigating murders on CBS reality television.

“The evening is an emotional rollercoaster because people don’t change,” she explained.

“They come back the way they were before passing away.”

TJ has been touring with her evenings of mediumship for more than nine years, but believes she was “born” for this career.

“I was born as a medium,” she said. “I think one of the beautiful things is what its given me and my family.

“My children have grown up understanding this is not the end and they’re not afraid of death, which is great in itself.”

TJ Higgs’s show starts at 7.30pm tomorrow. Tickets cost £20 - call 020 8507 5607 for more information or to book.

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