For Sandgate residents interested in hearing from the spirit world, you are invited to a special event at the Town Hall featuring three psychic mediums called The Messengers.
It’s the first time this event has been held in Sandgate, with psychic mediums Tony Davis, Nicky Marsten and Shar Smith taking to the stage to connect people with loved ones who have passed over.
Tony explains that all mediums are psychic, but not all psychics are mediums.
“Basically, a medium is someone who picks up on your energy and we have a link to the spirit world,” he says.
“This event is going to be fun, it’s going to be respectful and we hope that it’s also going to be uplifting and educational for people. There’ll certainly be some audience participation.”
Tony has been working professionally as a medium for the past five years, but looking back to his childhood, realised that he always had a gift.
“I attended a psychic development group some years ago and … I realised I had the potential to help people,” he says.
“I do think that everyone is born psychic but due to different beliefs, or how we’re brought up, we don’t always tap into that. You can choose to tap into that (ability). My daughter is just 6 years old, but I believe that she is connected to those energies and has the same abilities; and it’s certainly something that I am very open about with her.”
Tony, Nicky and Shar have worked together previously, and the Sandgate event is planned to be the first of many.
He says the trio have different styles of readings, but hope the audience will enjoy witnessing all three carry out the job they love, offering guidance and healing to those in need.
Tony says there are certainly sceptics out there, but in his experience, he has at least given people “something to think about.”
“I ran into someone about six months after a reading and they said that I had helped them,” Tony says. “So to me, that’s my job done; I’m happy.”The MessengersSandgate Town Hall Sunday, November 5 Doors open 6.30pm for a
7pm startVIP tickets: $30 (limited availability)General admission online: $20General admission at the door: $30 (depending on availability)For more information, or to buy tickets, go