List of Derren Brown Shows, Series and Specials - List of Stage Shows

List of Stage Shows

Year Tour No. of Shows Dates Notes
2003 Derren Brown Live tbc 2003
2004 Derren Brown Live 43 15 March - 16 May 2004
2005 Something Wicked This Way Comes tbc 2005
2006 Something Wicked This Way Comes 44 21 March - 27 May 2006 Won Laurence Olivier Award for Best Entertainment Show
2007 Mind Reader – An Evening of Wonders 42 29 April – 17 June 2007
2008 Mind Reader – An Evening of Wonders 72 26 February – 7 June 2008 Included West End run of 32 performances at the Garrick Theatre
2009 Derren Brown - Enigma 73 17 April – 25 July 2009 Included West End run at the Adelphi Theatre
2010 Derren Brown - Enigma 92 10 February – 25 June 2010 nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award for Best Entertainment Show
2011 Svengali
2012 Svengali Won Laurence Olivier Award for Best Entertainment Show
2013 Infamous

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