Paranormal sensation Clinton Baptiste will embark on a national tour to take audiences on a hilarious yet touching journey through his life, out the other side and beyond the Celestial Curtains, this autumn.

In The Paranormalist Returns tour, Clinton will give readings to audience members up and down the land, offering advice from beyond the grave. He will predict their futures, tell them about their pasts and perform all manner of spooky stuff.

He will bring his show to Maidenhead’s Norden Farm in September, telling the story of his demise, his comeback and attempt to pass over to The Other Side and return – before the audience has to leave – with ‘ the answer’.

Clinton Baptiste is the hapless, clumsily inaccurate and occasionally brutal clairvoyant medium and psychic created by the comedy actor Alex Lowe for Peter Kay’s hit Channel 4 sitcom, Phoenix Nights, in 2001.

Now, some 18 years after the show aired, Clinton returns to conjure up his extraordinary powers for a new generation.

Alex Lowe is well known for playing Barry from Watford, his wondrous 82-year-old creation from Radio 2’s Steve Wright in the Afternoon and Noel Edmonds’ Channel 4 quiz Cheap Cheap Cheap.

Among various acting roles are a number of credits with Kenneth Branagh – who he met as a child actor of 14 years of age while in the West End play Another Country.

Later, he joined Branagh’s Renaissance Theatre Company, touring with Richard Briers. He also appeared in Branagh’s film’s Peter’s Friends and Much Ado About Nothing.

He is also well known for his work with comedian Peter Kay appearing in That Peter Kay Thing as Sparky as well as Phoenix Nights as Clinton Baptiste.

He revived Clinton Baptiste for an appearance in Peter Kay’s Britain’s Got the Pop Factor.

In 2015 he also revived Clinton for Manchester Arena’s Phoenix Nights Live, which raised £6 million for Comic Relief.

Recent TV appearances include Brassic and In the Long Run both for Sky One, Don’t Tell The Driver for BBC2 and for film, The Devil Outside released earlier this year.

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