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    Completely astounding
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    Praise be to Derren Brown
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Derren Brown Miracle Tickets

Derren Brown, the Olivier award-winning master of psychological suggestion and manipulation, hardly needs introduction. Off the back of a successful UK tour, Brown presents the West End with the philosophical show Miracle, which invites us to think about what it is that makes us happy.

Derren Brown: Miracle is characteristically shrouded in mystery, with audience members and critics alike asked to be tight-lipped about the astounding feats that have made Derren Brown peerless in his craft. If his past award-winning shows, Something Wicked This Way Comes and Svengali, are anything to go by, the audience can expect his remarkable skill to be in full flow with mind games, language tricks and sleight of hand masterpieces that leave audiences dumbfounded and expose the inner workings of our minds.

Brown’s commanding, intelligent, and humorous stage presence has captivated audiences – once quite literally when audience members were stuck to their seats by power of suggestion in How to Control the Nation (2009) – and Derren Brown: Miracle shows off his trademark blend of showmanship and mystery. The show brings something unique to the West End “when almost everything in theatre is open to inspection and demonstrably explained, it is refreshing to find a performer who depends on bafflement and secrecy” (The Guardian).

Derren Brown has redefined the genre of magic since his TV career kicked-off with debut series Mind Control (2000). Since then we have seen an assassination attempt on the life of national treasure Stephen Fry in The Experiments (2011), a zombie attack in Apocalypse (2012), and middle-managers pulling off an armed robbery in The Heist (2006). Miracle promises to perform the seemingly impossible, and will be a treat for even the most cynical.

Derren Brown: Miracle will open on 11th November 2015 at the Palace Theatre and will run until 16thJanuary 2015.

Performance dates: 13 Jan 2016 - 13 Jan 2016

Age recommendation: Recommended for 12+

Special notice: The curious cynics will join die-hard fans in being captivated by Derren Brown: Miracle. Please note that this show is only suitable for ages 12+.

Sorry this show closed 13 January 2016, we recommend these similar productions.

Best Seats

SeatPlan Recommends: You’ll want to see as much of Derren Brown: Miracle as possible, as the magic is all in the minute details, so be warned that the Palace Theatre can be difficult for sight-lines as it has one of the steepest balconies in the West End. Stalls seats will be the safest option for a good view – but bear in mind you might be picked for audience participation!

Latest Audience Reviews

I've been going to see Derren's shows for years, this one wasn't his best, but still a great even... More

swannie1967 27 Feb 2018

I've been going to see Derren's shows for years, this one wasn't his best, but still a great evening.

swannie1967 27 Feb 2018

Derren Brown is always amazing!

liamtaliesin 05 Dec 2017
nelezgavc 02 Jan 2017
nelezgavc 02 Jan 2017

Derren Brown was well represented by the clock displayed on stage. He was one with the clock. Der... More

prizedraws 01 Jun 2016

Derren Brown was well represented by the clock displayed on stage. He was one with the clock. Derren was selling his best-guarded secret miracle to the people which were involved. A good view for a discounted - restricted view ticket. I was on the far left side. Row H, Seat 29. On my birthday. Sad memory, shortly after I would find out that Alan Rickman went, so I'd be sobbing in the restaurant ajar from the venue... Just hours ago... I'd be happily entertained at the Palace. Seats are comfortable if you don't take your general backpack into the row you sit with you. I couldn't have asked for more legroom being 1.55m (bit small to see everything from that row and angle but overall a good view if you have great eyes or glasses that correct your sight). And being used to be travelling in long distance coaches and/or short distance plane flights. Show rating: a tricky one: I'm sure it wasn't his "BEST" show ever, because the show partly dealt with topics Derren had been touching in the past. I was over-whelmed by "Infamous". Derren himself is an excellent entertainer... I liked "Infamous" a bit better. Maybe it's because everything about seeing Derren live felt so new and exciting. After having stumbled over Derren's "The Heist", accidentally by trying to roughly understand what NLP is all about... I got hooked all to soon to everything else I could find. So, it's a tricky question. It was all well-presented. I can't find my ticket now, so I am not adding a picture but I know the seat I was in because I booked it all at the venue and have been looking at the ticket, lately. Not giving best marks for his live show would break my heart... So... *sigh* Awww, Derren, you win again! "Restricted view tickets" are best sold by walking into the venue in question and if you directly ask for them... I would say that "restricted view tickets" are sometimes better than sitting in the furthest back up, so... If you need some on a budget, anyway, go for it before they are gone.

prizedraws 01 Jun 2016
barbnailmitchell 18 Nov 2016
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