THE DAVE RAWSON HYPNOSIS EXPERIENCE

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THE DAVE RAWSON HYPNOSIS EXPERIENCE

Biog

Dave began in the entertainment business as a Magician and as he perfected his craft he won three trophies for Comedy and Close Up Magic at the Northern Magic Circle.He has toured the UK performing Close Up Magic promoting the Peugeot Cars. He is also a Past President of Plymouth Magic Circle.

In 1992 he enhanced his Career studying the art of Hypnosis, and later began performing as a Stage Hypnotist. Dave has worked in Cabaret venues and theatres around Great Britain, and for the past 11 years he has been established as IBIZA's No 1 Comedy Stage Hypnotist. During the winter months Dave has worked in the UK, Greece, America, Dubai, The Canaries, Asia and the Caribbean.

Dave has also appeared on ITV's Childrens Programme GLOBOLOCO.

In January 2007 Dave was booked to appear at the Hard Rock Cafe in Hong Kong 'a first for any hypnotist'. He was interviewed on RTHK Channel 3 and had a full page write up in the South China Morning Post.Dave has since performed in Hong Kong a total of four times.

He has also put his hypnotherapy skills to use and helped many people stop smoking, lose weight etc, and recently he cured a girl who was scared of bananas. The story was so unusual it was published in the FULL HOUSE and TAKE IT EASY Magazine.

Dave is a very busy Professional Entertainer and is currently working his Summer Shows in Ibiza.

In May this year he was booked to perform on board The Royal Princess Cruise Ship.  He also joined  The Celebrity Sihouette in July.

Update: November 2016

Dave was booked to perform a Key Note Speech on Stage Hypnosis at the North Western Society of Magicians and the Nottingham Guild of Magicians.   A Cruise Agent are forwarding his details to The Norwegian Cruise Lines.

 

Dave is a Member of the following Professional Associations:

FEDERATION OF ETHICAL STAGE HYPNOTISTS

INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF MAGICIANS

BRITISH ACTORS EQUITY

The Show strictly adheres to FESH's Code of Conduct, the 1952 Hypnotism Act and the Home Office Guidelines 39/1996 and the licencing Act 2003