Derren Brown is an English illusionist, mentalist, master of misdirection and showmanship. Beginning as a 'close-up' magician, he started putting on his own stage shows in the early '90s.
He uses psychology, suggestion and misdirection to perform incredible feats, both on stage and as part of a series of high-profile TV shows.
Brown followed-up the success of 'Infamous' with his show, 'Miracle', which hit London for a long residency at the Palace Theatre early in 2016. "In some ways it's the boldest, most contentious show yet," Brown said.
However, in September and October 2017, Derren Brown returned for Underground, a show that's said to see him at his best. It played for a strict run of 35 performances at London's Playhouse, following showings across the UK.
Now, Brown returns in 2018 with more Underground shows. The second leg of the tour comes direct from the West End's Playhouse Theatre, spanning 63 dates across stops in Dublin, Cork, Belfast, Cardiff, Glasgow, Liverpool, Norwich, Hull, Canterbury, Nottingham, Eastbourne, Bournemouth, Dartford and Southend. Directed by Andy Nyman and Andrew O'Connor, the show is based upon a collection of highlights from the magician and illusionist's previous work. catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.