Titan Knight sure knows how to put on a show. Having hired out a vast space in a nightclub, Knight packs it with strobe lights, impressive multimedia and a full audience. He is also surrounded by support acts as it becomes clear, to somewhat bewildered onlookers, that the theme for the evening is a futuristic freak show. Having no previous knowledge of this made the proceeding array of danger, drag and dancing droids quite something to behold as the audience grew further shocked and confused with every new entrance onstage. I won’t spoil it for you by disclosing any further details.Despite having the grandest entrance of them all (a three minute X Factor-style introduction video), Titan Knight failed to live up to the promise. The support acts upstaged him. The audience were definitely still riled up and he maintained their energy throughout but the sensation on leaving the show was underwhelming.It was unclear whether what we had just seen was actual hypnotism. Having summoned in excess of 20 potential hypnotees, of which I was one, he only successfully controlled a few. Whilst hypnotising he simply gave us orders, which we obeyed accordingly. He seemed to be willing us on to perform for the audience and later one woman admitted that she missed acting so much that she had pretended to be hypnotised. After this confession the two women claiming to have blacked out were met with an air of scepticism.Titan Knight’s talents may be questionable but this makes the whole event all the more mysterious and bizarre. He is a true gentleman and keeps his promise to not humiliate his audience. I enjoyed the evening as a whole but the title is misleading as Titan Knight is not the main spectacle on show.