Over the last two weeks Derren Brown has been struggling with a difficult throat condition.
This has now reached a point where he is unable to speak above a whisper and it is with great regret that he will be unable to perform on Wednesday 31st July and Thursday 1st August.
He is very concerned for his fans and is determined to be back on stage in the shortest possible time. The theatre will be getting in touch with all ticket holders.
Dominic Maxwell has reviewed DERREN BROWN: INFAMOUS for The Times, calling it:
“…a thrilling evening in which Brown offers us the gorgeous idea that we can take control of our own lives while also ensuring that we remain putty in his hands.”
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DERREN BROWN: INFAMOUS is at the Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, until August 17.
Tickets are on sale now from 08448 740789 and fromÂ http://derrenbrown.co.uk/on-stage/#infamous
By now you’ve probably read what the critics had to say about DERREN BROWN: INFAMOUS, and now you can hear Derren and his co-writer and director Andy Nyman talk about the show that nobody’s allowed to talk about, as they sit down for an exclusive chat with What’sOnStage: