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Peter Powers to Shock NZ in Finale Performance!

Peter Powers to Shock NZ in Finale Performance!

UK Hypnotist Peter Powers promises to pull his most outrageous stage skit in Auckland’s SKYCITY Theatre on Monday and Tuesday nights.

Already on the current tour he has had ‘subjects’ strip to nothing as they perform on ‘strippers pole’s, take gay showers and have an attack of diarrhoea. Plus the now infamous ‘Full Monty’ routine with the stars performing the very well known finale from the movie.

Powers says New Zealand is great. ‘Kiwis are less inhibited and more liberal on stage than nearly anywhere I have performed”. “The volunteers have been superb and willing to just have fun with the show.”

As a super bonus the last two shows in Auckland will include an item that will shock even the most open minded member of the audience.

Hint? A pair of clippers!

Peter Powers will be seen on TV in New Zealand again shortly and is returning for a third tour in main centres late in 2004.


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Live in Concert with her own 14 Piece Orchestra. Queen's Wharf Events Centre.

October-November: The Nationwide Tour of Master 'X' Rated Hypnotist -
Peter Powers in The Adults Only - "The Outrageously Naughty Hypno Show"
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