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Derren Brown brings 'Miracle' to the Palace Theatre
The multi-award winning "master of psychological illusion" will bring his latest show Derren Brown: Miracle to the West End's Palace Theatre for a limited season this Christmas from 11 November 2015 to 16 January 2016, with an official opening on 17 November 2015.
The production follows a 105-date national tour, and is described as having a "philosophical flavour", which invites audiences to look at ways of thinking that might make us all happier.
Derren Brown said of 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 is written by Andy Nyman, Andrew O’Connor and Derren Brown, and is directed by Andy Nyman, Andrew O’Connor. Set design is by Simon Higlett, lighting design by Tim Mascall, sound design by Colin Pink and video design by Simon Wainwright.
Derren Brown: Miracle will mark Derren’s 7th show since 2003. He has toured every year since and been watched by an estimated audience of over one and a half million people. He has won two Olivier Awards for his London productions of 'Something Wicked This Way Comes' and 'Svengali'.
This new production is not suitable for children under the age of 12 years. Tickets go on general sale on 4 June 2015.