This show is on sale WITHOUT Socially Distanced Seating. If social distancing is still required in the Autumn, the show will likely be rescheduled. Therefore you can book with confidence in both your safety and the fact a refund will be available if the show is rescheduled.
Who do you think of when you hear the word psychopath?
You certainly don’t think of top surgeons, elite sportspeople, and special forces soldiers, do
you? But according to the world-renowned psychologist and best-selling author of The
Wisdom of Psychopaths, Dr Kevin Dutton, the stars of such professions are indeed
You see, not all psychopaths are bad. Some of them are good and use their
fearless, ice-cold personas for the benefit of society, such as former SAS soldier and author
of the classic best-seller Bravo Two Zero, Andy McNab.
In Good Psychopath Night, one of the world’s most successful psychopaths and one of the
world’s leading psychopath experts join forces on stage in what can only be described as
one of the most fascinating and unique nights out on the planet!
Andy will provide first-hand experience of what it’s like to be a psychopath (not for the
faint-hearted!) while Dr Kev gives us a tour of Andy’s brain, explaining what makes him tick.
Tests and demonstrations aplenty will reveal hidden psychopaths in the audience – you’ve
been warned! – and Andy and Dr Kev will roll out their own ‘psychopath school’, giving tips
on how we can all make friends with our inner psychopaths and become more successful.
Trust us, this really isn’t an evening to be missed!
What is the UK’s most psychopathic profession?
Who is more psychopathic: Hannibal Lecter or James Bond? Henry VIII or Donald Trump?
Are YOU a psychopath?
In Good Psychopath Night you’ll find out the answers to all of these questions and more and
you’ll never see psychopaths in the same way again!
VIP Ticket holder need to arrive at 6.45pm for a 7pm start to the photo opportunity. You will be given a printed copy of the photo to take away.
Standard ticket holders can gain entrance from 7.15pm.