Miracle national tour by the mystifying Derren Brown

Derren Brown

Derren Brown’s stage shows are shrouded in mystery. Critics are sworn to secrecy and audiences help keep his tricks of the trade from the general public.

After dazzling London theatre-goers, the maestro is set for a national tour.

The new show is called Miracle and be prepared to be amazed. It launches a UK tour on February 8 and arrives in Milton Keynes Theatre the following week.

The psychological illusionist baffles the most cynical. His shows are described as miraculous, mind-boggling and entertaining.

Derren Brown

What anyone who watches a Derren Brown show can be sure of is that, no matter how openly he explains in advance what he is about to do and how he is going to con you in the process, 90% of your brain will be totally befuddled and bemused by his mind-altering genius.

The other 10% will just be blown away by the extraordinary events that unfold before you, live on stage.

“I am often dishonest in my techniques but I’m always honest about my dishonesty,” says Derren.

The (guarded) reviews for the show, which closes in the West End this week before launching a national tour, have been unanimous in their five star ratings – and from his fiercest critics – the national press.

2016 Tour Dates

February 8-13, The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury
February 15-20, Milton Keynes Theatre
February 23-27, Theatre Royal, Brighton
February 29-March 5, Swan Theatre, Wycombe
March 7-12, Grand Theatre, Swansea
March 14-19, The Cliifs Pavilion, Southend
March 28-April 2, Theatr Cymru, Llandudno
April 4-9, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
April 11-16, Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton
April 18-23, Mayflower Theatre, Southampton
April 25-30, New Victoria Theatre, Woking
May 9-14, Bristol Hippodrome
May 16-21, Grand Opera House, Belfast
May 23-28, Bord Gais Theatre, Dublin
May 30-June 4, Grand Theatre, Leeds
June 6-11, The Lowry, Salford
June 20-25, Theatre Royal, Newcastle
June 27-July 2, Theatre Royal, Nottingham
July 4-9, King’s Theatre, Glasgow
July 11-13, The Lowry, Salford
July 15-16, Blackpool Opera House

Watch his London trailer for a taster of what to expect

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