Posted in Derren Brown News

Posted by Derren Brown News April 10, 2013 at 9:00 am

The 2013 tour will be coming to the Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, from June 24 to August 17.
INFAMOUS, a more ‘personal’ show, sees Derren re-united with his close collaborator and friend actor, writer Andy Nyman. He says:
“We abandoned the template that had won us a couple of Oliviers over the years for a very different feel. It’s important to us that the shows feel like something you can’t find anywhere else in theatre or entertainment: not even my own previous efforts. I’m really excited by the result. The show is a secret so I’m not giving away what’s in it, but it’s a psychological roller-coaster based around audience participation. And it’s got a real heart to it. The response on tour has been incredible, it’s all such a treat.”
We have a special 24 hour pre-sale from 9am Wednesday 10th April.
For access to the presale visit: Nimax Theatres

April 11, 2013 at 2:26 pm
Paul says:

This is going to be special, mark my words (not like the other ones weren’t) get in fast. You’ll be infamous.

April 25, 2013 at 6:16 pm
Christopher Robinson says:

Good to see Derren and Andy on a project together again. Anyone know if it will it be filmed (for those of us not in the UK)?

April 26, 2013 at 12:30 am
Thistooshallpass says:

We were lucky enough to see Infamous last night and hubby thought this particular show was the best tour so far. We usually spend the car ride home discussing what we’ve experienced and how Derren fooled us but this show is so cleverly put together we were stumped as to how a lot of things could possibly be achieved.

Derren was on top form never missing a beat, he’s always had the talent and ability to entertain his audience but this show will emotionally engage you from the very beginning …you just can’t help but be moved by some of the things he does and says……I’m not going to say anymore as Derren always asks us to “keep the show’s content a secret” and I would hate to spoil it for other people especially as Derren’s performance always stays with me long after the show has “ left town” and I know a lot of people feel the same way.

@ Robert Perkins …yep I agree…we had to resort to eBay this year but I’m so glad we did ….it was well worth it. Have you tried to get tickets for London? Compared to some of the ebay prices it may work out cheaper.

We both fell in love with Oxford by the way…awesome place beautiful atmosphere.

Sue and Paul

May 4, 2013 at 12:32 pm
Anon says:

I was wondering of there’s an age restriction to this show?

Msg from Abeo: The performance will not be suitable for under 12’s.