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Derren Brown: Enigma

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The master of mind magic, Derren Brown returns to the West End with his new show Enigma. Read More >

The master of mind magic returns to the West End with his new show Derren Brown: Enigma.

Derren Brown: Enigma promises to be a baffling, shocking and hilarious theatrical experience from the Laurence Olivier Award-winning psychological illusionist.

Derren Brown is the UK’s most popular magical practitioner, bringing an edgy feel to his brand of mind manipulation. His television shows including Mind Control, Trick Of The Mind and Trick Or Treat have won him as much audience and critical acclaim as his specials have caused controversy.

Beginning with Russian Roulette, which saw him take part in a solo version of the life or death game live on television, Brown went on to make waves with the medium-debunking Séance and the criminal-creating The Heist.

Derren Brown: Enigma follows previous West End outings An Evening Of Wonders (2008) and Something Wicked This Way Comes (2006), which won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Entertainment in 2007.

For more about Derren Brown: Enigma at the Adelphi theatre, read the First Night Feature.


Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 15/06/2009

Opening Night: 17/06/2009

Closing Night: 25/07/2009

Running time: 3h

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Cast & Creative


Derren Brown


Director - Andy Nyman

Producer - Michael Vine, Andrew O'Connor and Corrie McGuire for Objective Talent Management

Designer - Will Bowen

Lighting Designer - Tim Mascall

About Adelphi Theatre

Strand, London, WC2E 7NA

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