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Derren Brown Presents Latest show Miracle at the Palace Theatre

Monday, 22nd Jun 2015  

The Well Known Illusionist Returns to the West End in November 2015

Derren Brown is a regular talent to be seen in the West End. The well known illusionist regularly appears with his high profile shows, from previous hits like Svengali to his most recent production Infamous in 2013. Now his latest show has been announced and it will once again see him team up with Andy Nyman and Andrew O’Connor as he takes to the Palace Theatre.

The title this time around is Miracle and it will promise to take his unique showcase in a new direction as it turns towards the philosophical. Brown will attempt to make his audiences happier as he invites them to discover a new way of thinking that could change their outlook.

And he will have plenty of time to do it as the show is set to run from November to January, giving potential audiences plenty of time to pick up theatre tickets.

Whilst Brown is perhaps best known for his television series and specials, he has had a regular presence on the stage as well, not only with the mentioned west end shows but with his UK tours as well. His works have included Impossible and Svengali, plus Enigma in 2009, Mind Reader: An Evening Of Wonder in 2007, Something Wicked This Way Comes in 2005 and Derren Brown Live in 2003. Meanwhile, his television credits have included Fear And Faith, Derren Brown: The Experiments, Seance and many more.

Meanwhile, his collaborator Andy Nyman has been by his side throughout, co-writing many of his most successful shows. The performer and director has also had big success in recent years with the high profile horror show Ghost Stories, which ran at both the Duke of York’s Theatre and the Arts Theatre and saw him team up with Jeremy Dyson.

Derren Brown brings his latest show Miracle to the Palace Theatre from Tuesday 17th November 2015 (previews from Wednesday 11th November 2015) to Saturday 16th January 2016. It replaces the popular musical The Commitments, which ends its run at the Cambridge Circus venue earlier in November.

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