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Since redefining the genre of magic for intelligent, modern audiences, Derren Brown has become synonymous with the art of psychological manipulation. He achieves his results using a combination of "magic, suggestion, psychology, misdirection and showmanship".

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Derren Brown - Infamous

Derren Brown - Infamous

25/07/14 - 27/07/14

Derren Brown returns in 2014 with Infamous. Buy Derren Brown tickets on Eventim.
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Derren began his UK television career in December 2000 with a series of specials called Mind Control. Since redefining the genre of magic for intelligent, modern audiences, he has become synonymous with the art of psychological manipulation. His TV shows have become must-see events. Amongst a varied and notorious career, Derren has played Russian R...
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    Derren Brown
      5 stars, from 1 Fan report
  • Southend-On-Sea - Southend Cliffs Pavilion


    Stunning (spoiler-free) from Dan, 01/06/14
    I have seen Derren Brown twice before, and whilst the last show Svengali was good, it lacked...something. I suspect that something was Andy Nyman, who is Derrens regular collaborator. It was with Nyman that Derren produced what I think of as his best live material, the pinnacle of which has been, for me, An Evening of Wonders. That is until now. I saw Infamous while it toured and was so impressed, not to mention moved by it, that I have booked again to enjoy the spectacle on its last run in London. Brown is a fantastic performer, who is clearly a master of what he does. The show is written rather beautifully, and whilst the show NAME may be a little....tenuous, it does not detract from just how jaw-dropping it is. The finale is a dizzying display of mental discipline and focus, or at least what appears to be mental discipline and focus; lets not forget Brown is first and foremost a conjurer, so what you think you see and what is are rarely going to be the same. You reach a point where you stop trying to understand or work anything out, which is itself a pointless exercise, given that we are not magicians with decades of experience behind us; you simply allow the show to stun you. Possibly the most impressive thing about his shows is that they have a theatrical bent, there is a theme and an arc; as opposed to simply watching a set of tricks, you get a more fully-fleshed, theatrical, emotionally engaging performance. This is what makes Brown unique in his field, and it is what makes Infamous a must-see!

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