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Derren Brown tour launch at Orchard Theatre in Dartford

18 June 2014
by Lynn Cox

The master of psychological illusion Derren Brown will return to the The Orchard Theatre in Dartford.

The last time the award-winning illusionist appeared there, tickets went quickly as it became the theatre’s fastest-selling show.

He will be launching the tour of his new one-man show with a sneak preview at The Orchard in March next year.

Derren Brown, bringing his new tour to Dartford

Derren Brown, bringing his new tour to Dartford

This will be Derren’s seventh show since 2003. He won two Olivier Awards, for Something Wicked This Way Comes and Svengali.

His last show, Infamous, was universally acclaimed by critics and audience alike.

It will be the second time Derren has premiered his touring show at the theatre.

Theatre director Chris Glover said: “After the phenomenal sell-out success of Infamous earlier this year, we are eagerly anticipating Derren Brown’s return to The Orchard Theatre.”

The show runs from Friday, March 13 to Saturday, March 21.

Premiere Card holders can already buy tickets online and or via the ticket office from Monday.

Tickets will go on general sale online from Monday, July 7, at 9am, and via the ticket office from Monday, July 21, from 10.15am.

See or call 01322 220000.

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