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Derren Brown announces 2022 dates for ‘Showman’

The tour is on sale now.

Derren Brown Showman
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Derren Brown is set to embark on an 8-month tour across the UK in 2022 as he unveils the dates for his ‘Showman’ tour.

His biggest tour in 20 years, Brown will thrill audiences with his mind control and illusion abilities.

Derren commented: “2022 will be the biggest tour I’ve done in 20 years. It’s exciting and daunting and I’m considering a bigger suitcase. Maybe even a four-wheeler. It’s madness and I can’t wait.”

Tickets are now on sale at www.derrenbrown.co.uk, where tickets can also be purchased for the 10-date 2021 ‘Showman’ tour.

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The new tour dates in full:

March 8 – 12                     King’s Theatre, Glasgow

March 15 – 19                   Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe

March 22 – 26                   Theatre Royal, Norwich

March 29 – April 2             New Theatre, Cardiff

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April 12 – 16                     The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

April 19 – 23                     Grand Opera House, Belfast

April 26 – 30                     Millennium Forum Theatre, Derry/Londonderry

May 3 – 7                         Edinburgh Playhouse, Edinburgh

May 10 – 14                      His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen

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May 24 – 28                      Hippodrome, Bristol

May 31 – June 5               Empire, Liverpool

June 7 – 11                       New Victoria Theatre, Woking

June 14 – 18                     Theatre Royal, Nottingham

June 21 – 25                     Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton

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July 5 – 16                        The Lowry, Salford Quays

July 19 – 23                      Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes

July 26 – 30                      MayFlower Theatre, Southampton

August 8 – 14                   Orchard Theatre, Dartford

August 16 – 20                  Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth

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August 23 – 27                  Grand Theatre, Leeds

August 30 – Sept 3            Cliffs Pavilion, Southend

September 13 – 17            Theatre Royal, Newcastle

September 27 – Oct 1       Regent Theatre, Ipswich

October 4 – 8                    New Theatre, Oxford

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October 11 – 15                Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield

October 18 – 22                The Globe Theatre, Stockton

October 25 – 29                Royal & Derngate, Northampton

Not suitable for under 12s

To book tickets go to: www.derrenbrown.co.uk or check directly with the venue websites.  Times vary.

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All existing tickets purchased for ‘Showman’ remain valid.

Derren’s live shows have won him two prestigious Olivier Awards – for ‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’ (2006) and ‘Svengali’ (2012) and he has received more Olivier nominations and wins than any other one-man show in theatre history. He has played to sold-out houses across the country every year since 2003 to over 1.6M people.

Previous shows, ‘Infamous’, (2013, 2014), ‘Miracle’ (2015, 2016) and ‘Underground’ (2017, 2018) have also enjoyed critically acclaimed seasons in London’s West End. In 2017 he made an award-winning US stage debut at the Atlantic Theater in New York with ‘Derren Brown: Secret’, which subsequently enjoyed a sell-out run at Broadway’s Cort Theatre.

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