Festival Program

Performance

Pet Meditation

Sat 1 Sep, 4pm
Animal Church at 524 Flinders

‘Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.’ So says Anatole France. Journey down otherworldly animal paths with psychic Mitchell Coombes and animal “high priestess” Laura Jean McKay.

Update to previously advertised information: this session has moved from Sunday 26 August to Saturday 1 September, and will now be at 4pm.

This session contains content related to animal death.

This session is $22/$19. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 20 July.

Duration

1 hour

Session code

8253

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Session Artists

Mitchell Coombes is Australia's most trusted spiritual medium. His bestselling books Sensing Spirit and Sensing Psychic have transformed lives and brought comfort to thousands. He has a weekly column in Woman's Day and is well known from regular television appearances on The Morning Show. Coombes’s latest book is titled Signs from Spirit.

Laura Jean McKay writes about humans and other animals. She is the author of Holiday in Cambodia, shortlisted for three national book awards in Australia. She won the Alan Marshall short story award, and has been an Asialink and Martin Bequest scholarship recipient. She recently completed a PhD.

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