Derren Brown returns to the Palace Theatre in his new show, Miracle, directed by Andy Nyman and Andrew O’Connor. Tickets are on sale for what promises to be one of the theatrical highlights of the year!
Following the departure of The Commitments, the show runs at the Palace Theatre between 11 November 2015 to 16 January 2016.
Miracle is Brown’s seventh show since 2003 and his second stint at the Palace Theatre, following the success of Infamous in 2013. His previous works include Something Wicked This Way Comes, Enigma, An Evening of Wonders, Svengali and Infamous. For his theatrical work Brown has earned several Oliver Awards Nominations, winning awards for Something Wicked This Way Comes and Svengali, and is a highly regarded stage performer.
Off stage, Brown has wowed with experimental shows such as Hero at 30,000 Feet, Russian Roulette, Apocalypse and The Great Art Robber
Brown’s co-collaborator, Andy Nyman, is also an actor and magician, has previously worked with Derren on Something Wicked This Way Comes and Enigma on stage and a plethora of Brown’s work off stage. Nyman is also the co-creator of stage show, Ghost Stories.
Andrew O’Connor is also a magician turned stage performer and director and is known for his work producing Peep Show, acting on stage in Me and My Girl and Barnum and directing a revival of Anything Goes.
Miracle is Brown’s second show at the Palace Theatre, following the successful run of Infamous in 2013.
Derren Brown describes his show as “An extraordinary voyage,” and his “boldest, most contentious show yet.”