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Clinton Baptiste: Clinton Vs. Ramone!

As featured in Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights…it’s Clinton Baptiste – and his arch psychic
enemy Ramone from the massively popular Clinton Baptiste’s Paranormal Podcast
Communicating with the Afterlife? What could be more mind expanding?!

The public are rightly hypnotised by mere mortals with extra-sensoryability and Britain is honoured
to have spawned two of the most gifted mystics in the world, the coiffured titans of the Unknown –
Clinton Baptiste and Ramone Tamine.

Clinton Baptiste is the notorious clairvoyant medium psychic who bravely tells the punters what the
spirits are saying… whether the recipient is willing to hear the bald truth or not. Ramone is a
Scottish soothsayer and spirit-channeller from the Caledonian cabaret circuit. His expertise in the
Dark Arts is surpassed only in the dexterity of his cutting Glaswegian bitchiness.

Their otherworldly skills have rightly attracted audiences all over the world, but now their very
public spats are threatening to undermine them. Even the Parapsychological Institute of Great
Britain feel that these two silly fakirs are bringing the serious subject of Mediumship into disrepute.

Repeated requests to desist the slander have fallen on deaf ears. Both claim to be the
one true mystical seer.

Buckle up for a battle of charisma, verbal one up-manship and hair raising paranormal wizardry as
the two megastars meet to finally decide who holds the title as Britain’s Greatest Paranormalist.
The rancourous badinage will propel one of them onto the canvas…..and the other into the hallowed
pages of the supernatural history books!


“From the moment Lowe dances onto the stage the audience absolutely loves his show.”

Bruce Dessau

“unashamedly crowdpleasing”

Beyond The Joke

“old-fashioned comedy at its best.”

British Theatre Guide

“I would highly recommend grabbing a ticket. Seats are selling fast and you certainly won’tbe disappointed with this great evening of comedy.”

British Theatre Guide

“nothing short of genius.”

On Yorkshire Magazine