Derren Brown: Svengali
Derren Brown's mind-blowing production Svengali returns to London's West End, following a UK tour at over 150 venues nationwide. It's the final opportunity to see the illusionist's Olivier Award winning stage show as the curtains will come down for the final time after the 27 performance run at the Novello Theatre.
Billed as "fun and freaky" by Derren himself, get ready to be wowed by the modern-day psychological magician without the help of clever TV editing.
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- The production is centered around a great deal of audience participation, so be prepared to get involved.
- But don't let the cat out of the bag - at the end, Derren asks the audience to keep the contents of the show a secret, so as not to spoil it for others.
"The eeriest, most captivating, brain-baffling show I’ve ever seen"
- Sarah Bull for The Dail Mail
"One of you will find yourself possessed by an entity. It can only be Derren Brown, tickling our taste for the melodramatic and supernatural. It works a treat during the routine in question, which possesses not just the hypnotised volunteer but the whole theatre with morbid fascination at Brown's melange of mesmerism, hokum and living dolls."
- Brian Logan for The Guardian