It’s come to our attention that some fans have received phone calls from people claiming to be us, informing people they have won tickets to Svengali.
We’d just like to make it clear that these calls are fraudulent and not anyone from the DB Blog team.
If you receive these calls, please pop an email through to email@example.com with as much detail as possible so we can look into this for you.
You will never receive any phone calls from myself (Abeo), Dupin or Exeo.
When we do run competitions then contact comes via the official @derrenbrown.co.uk email addresses and will contain your original email entry to the competition. The winners first name will also be announced on the various official channels (Blog/Facebook/Twitter).
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We’ve recently added Signed Svengali Brochures (They’ve all been signed by Derren on their front cover in silver pen). We don’t often get these in stock so if you want one, grab one while you can.
We’ve also got a new limited edition 2012 Svengali mug:
Pop over to the store to check out our other merchandise, including T-Shirts, Posters, DVD’s and more.
â€œA baffling, bamboozling and beautifully bewitching display of devilry. When it comes to eye-popping illusions Brown is the only game in townâ€
Be prepared for a theatrical roller-coaster ride as the acknowledged master of psychological illusion returns to the West End with his 2012 Oliver-nominated show DERREN BROWN: SVENGALI. This is the last chance to see the sell-out live show that has mesmerized the nation, performing in over 150 venues
SVENGALI will reside at the Novello Theatre from July 12 â€“ Aug 11 2012.
Derren, who professes that he loves writing and performing on stage more than anything else, says:
â€œ”I enjoy the stage shows more than anything else. This one is fun, dark, funny, freaky. Live on stage is the best place for what I do: it’s unpredictable, and the audience knows there’s no possibility of judicious editing. Plus we’ve put in new material for this year and the show has grown and changed on the road more than any other.”
Svengali is written by Derren Brown and Iain Sharkey with Stephen Long and produced by Michael Vine, Andrew O’Connor & Corrie McGuire for Objective Talent Management.