MIRACLE TOUR 2015 / 2016

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Posted by Derren Brown News August 12, 2015 at 3:13 pm

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 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;
1) On use add files to attach your videos and/or photo (don’t forget, 45 seconds or less and please keep them as high quality as possible and avoid compressing).
2) Friend’s email – that’s us! Please enter – please don’t send your videos or pictures as attachments directly to us and only here, via WeTransfer.
3) Your email
4) Message. Please include contact details; your name, age, address and email. Vaudeville Productions Limited will keep your details just to enable us to contact you should we need to for the purpose of requesting copyright permission.
5) Please write 100 words or less about your moment. Maybe just a few words, so long as we know. Please also Include this in the ‘message’ section of WeTransfer.
Again, please only use WeTransfer and avoid sending anything directly to us as we won’t be able to receive it.
Thank you,
Vaudeville Productions Limited.

August 13, 2015 at 6:49 pm
Anne Cunningham says:

I have a photo but not sure if it is suitable. My son, Leo, died from cancer in January 2012. he was 29. One of the happy memories I have is of us going to see Derren’s show in Liverpool…think it was 2009 or 2010. Leo was always very deadpan and never showed his emotions much..but I so much remember sitting next to him, his face absolutely alight and him just going over and over again “Wow, wow, wow”. My photo is of the bed Leo died in.

August 13, 2015 at 10:14 pm
Jess says:

Just landscape videos? I think a lot of people will have portrait ones filmed on mobiles!

August 14, 2015 at 4:59 pm
Bethany Holliday says:

Why is it that you have to be 18 to be in this? I’m 16, and would love to be involved, as it is very, very rare I get to ‘interact’ with Derren. He doesn’t really reply to ‘normal people’ on Twitter unless you are extremely lucky. I really want to be apart of this, but I don’t fit the age criteria.

August 15, 2015 at 7:45 pm
Aayushi says:

I am from India n I love your shows
It’s just a request to you to visit India
And m sure you will LOVE it

August 15, 2015 at 11:49 pm
Joanne shaftoe says:

What a wonderful idea…Derren, you put heart in your art.

August 19, 2015 at 10:22 pm
lucy says:

Adore you Darren,
You never disappoint me… my best ever birthday was when you called me up on stage and got the audience to sing happy birthday to me in 2013. (I still have all the clippings from the show)
I am coming to see you again soon and I cannot wait!!!!
I could go on and on but I don’t want to sound too cheesie! 🙂
Love always… Lucy xx

September 9, 2015 at 9:08 pm
Mr. Macabre says:

Two purple rabats n black suits. One Blue and One Red. One Alive and One Dead. Whats the time and color?

September 15, 2015 at 9:21 am
les hudson says:

interested in subliminal messages.

October 21, 2015 at 4:25 pm
Julie Rondeau says:

Please come to the US! We live in Manchester, NH…Boston, MA is close! My husband and I have been watching for years on youtube and other media outlets! We are planning on going to the UK next year to see you, but have not booked yet. I checked on your dates next year, and we are willing to pay best seats, since we feel this is a once in a lifetime thing for us! But looks like there are many dates with seats of Premium limited! Hope to see you next year!!!

November 19, 2015 at 11:54 pm
Jasmin leigh Lewis says:

Awh noo! Soo gutted i didnt know this page existed till today, would have loved to take part

November 27, 2015 at 11:48 pm
Gewitternacht says:

Saw your show tonight. Thanks.

January 3, 2016 at 11:47 pm
Lee Steward says:

What’s up Derren, I seen another one of your shows. I hope the tour is going well. I am going to keep this short, I hope you haven’t forgotten about me and I am still needing help with the Texas Lottery. Thanks

Your true friend
Lee Steward

January 7, 2016 at 9:18 pm
rebecca says:

yaaaa i got on the video 🙂

January 13, 2016 at 10:19 pm
Andy says:

Derren, great show, always been an admirer of your work, using the obvious and also the more complex side of suggestion etc etc. and what better time and place than now for methods like these to work on people, especially as most of the population have been dumbed down and unaware of their surroundings since the availability of smartphones and social media absorbing any, if not all of their spare time, makes it a lot easier to execute your methods. Anyway, I watched your show about pushing people to the edge the other night and what struck me most of all was the symbolism used come commercial time, you know the one, the ‘illuminati’ symbolism of the pyramid shaped by your hands with you looking through it with your ‘all seeing eye’….that concerned me a little bit as to why you used that particular ‘symbol’…..can you elaborate on that a bit as to why? Also, your comments and video footage at the end also led me to believe that you were sending a message, or at least trying to make folk aware of what is shaping up the vast majority of the public’s ‘world view’, or was that short sharp ever changing video footage of war, politicians etc. etc. so much so, just on the off chance using current world events as the visual effect for dramatic purposes? I’d be interested to know why or am I just thinking to much into it? I’m not very suggestive, in fact I use methods, albeit on a much lesser scale than yourself, to get points of view across and so forth when required, or to keep an eye on people in positions of power using their structured vocabulary coupled with assertive hand gestures when they hold ‘court’ to their lesser mortals so it would be interesting to know from you why you used the symbology you did coupled with the closing statement you made, thanks

February 24, 2016 at 5:33 am
Chantelle Landon says:

Curious if these pics/vids have been used yet? was wondering if it was for a part of the tour or a promo kinda vid or something?

just remembered it the other day 🙂

P.s I wish you would blog more like you used to Deebs x

August 24, 2016 at 12:30 am

I just wanted to drop a thank you note… you have changed how I see things and always gave me a smile. I know that we do not have a chance to see you here in Egypt in a show, and probably it is better this way for now as I truly do not believe there is much appreciation to the form of mind-art you share with people. Unfortunately, it is bad for me as I have no chance to see you in a live performance and have to settle for the bits and pieces of videos I can scavenge online :). respect.

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