Published: 00:00, 07 February 2016
He’s a miracle man of modern times.
Derren Brown, the master of psychological illusion, brings his appropriately named show, Miracle, which promises the extraordinary, to Kent.
It’s his most daring stage production yet and follows on from his controversial Channel 4 TV show Pushed to the Edge last month when he apparently convinced members of the public to kill.
One of the world’s most renowned live performers and a dark manipulator of magic and mind control, this will be Derren’s seventh stage show since 2003.
He’s won two prestigious Olivier Awards, for Something Wicked This Way Comes (2006) and Svengali (2012).
He’s also spent the last three years working on creating the ultimate ghost train for Thorpe Park.
He'll be at the Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury at 7.30pm from Monday, February 8 to Saturday, February 13 at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost from £39.50. Call 01227 787787 or go to marlowetheatre.com.
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