Derren Brown to Bring New Miracle to West End | Playbill

News Derren Brown to Bring New Miracle to West End Derren Brown, psychological stage and television illusionist, is to bring his latest show, Derren Brown: Miracle, to the West End's Palace Theatre, beginning performances Nov. 11 prior to an official opening Nov. 17, for a run through Jan. 16, 2016, following a sell-out 105-date national tour.

It is his seventh show since 2003, and he has toured every year since, including the Olivier Award-winning shows Something Wicked This Way Comes in 2006 and Svengali in 2012.

In an announcement on Twitter, however, he has stated,"I'm going to take a break from touring a stage show after the 2016 run. Been 14yrs! So last chance for a while."

In a prior press statement, he commented on the production, "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 roller-coaster."

The production, which is not suitable for children under 12, is directed by Andy Nyman and Andrew O'Connor, and written by them with Brown. It is produced by Michael Vine, Andrew O’Connor & Derren Brown for Vaudeville Productions Ltd. The production is designed by Simon Higlett, with lighting by Tim Mascall, sound by Colin Pink and video by Simon Wainwright.

To book tickets, contact the box office on 0844 482 9676 or visit

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