Derren Brown: Miracle
  • West End

The multi-award winning acknowledged master of psychological illusion is back on tour in 2015 with a brand new one-man show, Derren Brown: Miracle. Having confessed that performing live on stage gives him the greatest pleasure, Derren is, once again, looking forward to the challenge that comes with being acknowledged as one of the world's most renowned live performers; a dark manipulator of magic and mind control.

This will be Derren's seventh show since 2003. Since then he has toured every year and been watched by an estimated audience of over one and a half million people. He has won two prestigious Olivier Awards, forSomething Wicked This Way Comes (2006) and Svengali (2012). His last show, Infamous, was universally acclaimed by critics and audience alike.

Derren Brown: Miracle Reviews:

"SIMPLY MIRACULOUS. COMPLETELY ASTOUNDING"

DAILY TELEGRAPH

"DAZZLING BROWN IS PURE GOLD"

THE SUN

"HERE'S HOPING THE 11 OUT OF 10 RATING WILL LURE YOU INTO BOOKING A SEAT.

THE MAN IS, QUITE SIMPLY, MAGIC"

DAILY STAR

"THIS WAS MY FIRST TIME SEEING DERREN BROWN LIVE - AND NOW I'M A BELIEVER"

TIME OUT

"THRILLING, CONFOUNDING AND DELIRIOUS. PRAISE BE, INDEED"

WHATSONSTAGE.COM on MIRACLE

This production is not suitable for children under 12 years of age.

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