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:
Thursday was the official press night for DERREN BROWN: INFAMOUS and the reviews are now in!
(click through on the links to read the full review)
Andrew Tomlins, for West End Frame, writes:
“I am still shaking my head in disbelief at what I witnessed.” – â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜…
Kate Stanbury, writing for OfficialLondonTheatre.co.uk, reflects:
“His talent for storytelling and inherent sense of humour adds an element of stand-up comedy to the production, making the performer compelling to watch even when he isnâ€™t warping logic beyond recognition.”
Sarah Bull, of The Daily Mail, observes:
“It is on the stage that he really comes alive – relishing the chance to stun and baffle his audience.” – â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜…
Mark Shenton, for The Stage, writes that the show is:
“As bold and brave as it is constantly unnerving”
Comparing Derren with the stand-up comedian Daniel Kitson, Dominic Cavendish, for The Telegraph, writes: –
“Thereâ€™s a depth of intelligence in what they get up to on stage â€“ a relish for the poetical and the philosophical too â€“ that easily stands comparison with the finest drama.” – â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜…
Nadia Mendoza, for the Daily Star, writes:
“Derren’s exquisite skill is nothing shy of sheer genius.”
Richard Voyce, for PlaysToSee.com, comments:
“The fact that he even has the stamina, let alone the sheer talent, to make us believe that he is doing what he is doing night after night is a feat in itself.” – â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜…
Abby Moss, writing for Planet Ivy, writes:
“Go see Derren Brown if you like being so confused that you resort to violence, like an angry bear trying to get into a coolbox.”
Peter Brown (no relation), writing for londontheatre.co.uk, describes Derren:
“This is a showman of the very first order â€“ make no mistake of that.” – â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜…
Fiona Mountford, for the Evening Standard, announces:
â€œThe master mentalist is back in the West End and heâ€™s here to mess with our heads.â€
Elly Perry, writing for The Upcoming, notes:
“Brown is a very clever man and slightly bonkers.” – â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜…
Carole Gordon, writing for What’s On Stage, reminds us:
“Just be grateful that the likable Brown is using his powers for entertainment and enlightenment, and he’s not sitting in a remote mountain lair, stroking a white cat and plotting global domination.”
Tickets are on sale now from 0844 874 0789 and fromÂ http://derrenbrown.co.uk/on-stage/
The multi-award winning acknowledged master of psychological illusion returns to the West End stage with his new one-man show DERREN BROWN: INFAMOUS, following a sell-out national tour.
The dark manipulator brings his unique brand of magic and mind control to the Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, for a limited season from June 24 to August 17. INFAMOUS is the sixth in Derren’s historic series of live shows, which have seen by over one million people.
We will tell you nothing about what is in store for you, other than Derren is at his best live and the show is not for the faint-hearted!
We’ve now been able to add the new infamous brochures to the online store along with more of the new infamous mugs.
We are also holding a half price sale on all other merchandise for a limited time only.