Derren Brown talks about happiness, the subject of his latest book, Happy.
This is your chance to meet the man and delve into his extraordinary mind.
The talk will be followed by an extended time for Derren to answer any questions you might have.
Early booking recommended.
Saturday 24th September – Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells
Sunday 25th September – The Anvil, Basingstoke
Saturday, 1st October – Concert hall, Reading
Saturday, 8th October – Dorking halls, Dorking
Friday 21st October – The Hawth, Crawley
More dates to be announced.
9pm Tuesday 12th January on Channel 4.
Please send videos (less than 45 seconds) or photos that captures a special event or moment in your life. It doesn’t matter what it is so long as it is something you value as being a precious to you. No matter how momentous or silly you think it may feel. Perhaps taking part in a race you didn’t think you could finish, the moment you first saw a video of your baby on a scan, a photo or video with friends or loved ones that captures a moment that words cannot… Just so long as the photo or video isn’t rude, explicit or contains anything that will make us blush.
It would be great if you could include no more than 100 words about why this moment is so special to you. Only a few words if you like, it really doesn’t matter. It will just allow us to understand its context and meaning. We’ll be using it for a video we’re putting together to coincide with the tour for next year. Finally we ask that you only send in content if you are over 18 and solely own the copyright to your video or photo.
Videos: please send landscape videos in .mov format, preferably without compressing or reducing the picture or quality. 45 seconds or less. Ideally HD / 1920 x 1080 but if not, the best quality you have available.
Photos: please avoid compressing or reducing the size of your original.
A video or photo is fine. No more than two in total when you submit them.
If we choose your content, we will email you to ask for you to assign us the copyright that will allow us to use it for our purpose. This is your choice and we will email you to request permission to use your video(s) and/or photo(s).
Please send all of the following before Friday 12pm on 21st August via WeTransfer.com. If you haven’t used it before, WeTransfer allows you to send larger files that we wouldn’t be able to receive via email. There is no need to sign up to the service if you don’t want to, just select skip and enter the following;
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Again, please only use WeTransfer and avoid sending anything directly to us as we won’t be able to receive it.
Vaudeville Productions Limited.
The least talked about* show of the past year is back on the road!
Derren Brown: INFAMOUS is is now touring theatres across the UK, so if you didn’t get the chance to see Derren performing his jaw-dropping new live show last year – this is your last chance! When the current tour ends, it will not be performed again. (more…)
More than a few of you were surprised to learn, on closer inspection, that this image for the new show ‘The Great Art Robbery’ was not a painting on a canvas – but in fact a painting on Derren’s face.
So we thought you may be interested to take a peek into the process that brought this particular work of art to life with some behind the scenes snaps and a little video.