Derren Brown returns to the West End with new show Miracle

Derren Brown returns to the West End with new show Miracle

Updated On: Jul 19, 2017
By Nicki McIntyre
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    Illusionist Derren Brown will return to the West End stage this autumn 2015 with his new show Miracle. The Olivier Award winner will perform at London's Palace Theatre from 11 November 2015 to 16 January 2016.

    Co-written and co-directed by Brown's regular collaborators Andy Nyman and Andrew O’Connor, Miracle promises to take a more philosophical turn than previous productions, asking audiences to consider ways of thinking that might make them happier.

    Brown said, “More than any other show it's been an extraordinary voyage. Some of its braver aspects not only work but seem to work unsettlingly well. In some ways it's the boldest, most contentious show yet. But audiences are responding well to it. And I just love doing it – it's quite a rollercoaster.”

    Last seen in the West End in 2013's Infamous, Brown's previous stage shows include Svengali, Enigma, An Evening Of Wonders and Something Wicked This Way Comes.

    Derren Brown: Miracle tickets are now on sale, and opens at the Palace Theatre following The Commitments, which finishes its West End run on 1 November.