Hypnotist – Tony Lee

Tony LeeIf you’re looking for crude, nude and rude, we’ve got it for you! Tony Lee puts on a hilarious and entertaining hypnotism show. Want to know if hypnotism is real? Your opportunity is here! Prepare to be AMAZED!!!

TOUR FACTS: Tony Lee show has sold out more University and College performances and received more awards than any other performer in Canadian History. With over 5000 sold out performances in the past 2 decades.

Current Canadian Campus Awards include 10 Awards and 21 Nominations in 3 categories Entertainer of the year, Comedy and Variety Artist.

2007 Tony Lee; 2006 Randy and Mr. Lahey (Trailer Park Boys); 2005 Tony Lee; 2004 Tony Lee; 2003 Tony Lee; 2002 Tony Lee; 2001 Tony Lee; 2000 Tony Lee; 1999 Tony Lee; 1997 Tony Lee

Other Artists to receive Canadian Campus Awards including

Mr. Lahey and Randy from “The Trailer Park Boys”
Big Sugar
Sarah Harmer
Great Big Sea
David Wilcox
Ernie Coombs “Mr. Dressup”
Barenaked Ladies
Mike Mandel
Sarah McLachlan
Sue Johanson
Jim Carrey
Spirit of the West
The Tragically Hip
Tom Cochrane
Kim Mitchell
Blue Rodeo,
k. d. lang
Doug and the Slugs
Bruce Cockburn

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Chortle ***** (five star review)
I went to Tony Lee feeling a little trepidatious, so dragged a reluctant husband with me. We had heard all the stories of what Tony Lee persuades audience members to do: getting naked, simulating sexual acts and so on. But what everyone failed to tell us is what a good-natured show this is.

Lee is a nice guy. He does not want to make a fool of anyone for his own gain. He wants everyone to have a good time, so he moves through the audience, hands out vodka, downing shots with punters and creating a party atmosphere.

He is a fabulously charismatic performer with a cheeky sense of humour and a resounding deep, sexy voice. No wonder people fall under his spell.

My perception of hypnotists had been of smug, smarmy, superior men who lord their mysterious powers over us. I could not bear the thought of sitting through a show in their company. Lee, a Chinese Canadian, has none of this. He does not want to mystify the art.