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|
|2012||Svengali||Won Laurence Olivier Award for Best Entertainment Show|
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