The Theatre Royal in Nottingham is the setting for Derren Brown to perform his latest hit show this week. It can be seen there until Saturday.
The multi-award winning acknowledged master of psychological illusion is back on tour with his smash-hit one-man show Derren Brown: Infamous.
With 128 dates across the UK, including a week at the Theatre Royal Nottingham, the show demonstrates why Derren is one of the world’s most renowned live performers, a dark manipulator of magic and mind control.
Derren Brown commented: “After six months of touring a much more personal show - quite a ‘brave’ move away from the template of previous shows - it’s been hugely rewarding to repeatedly hear audience members and critics say it’s the best show yet. I can’t wait to get it up and running again”.
Critics and the public have been universal in their praise for what has proven to be Derren’s most ‘heartfelt’ show and audiences have flocked from around the world to be part of this unique theatrical experience.
Infamous is Derren Brown’s sixth show since 2003.
Since then, he has toured every year and been watched by an estimated audience of over one million people.
He has won two prestigious Olivier Awards, for Something Wicked This Way Comes (2006) and Svengali (2012), and confesses that performing live is still his favourite thing to do.
Infamous is produced by Michael Vine, Andrew O’Connor and Corrie McGuire for Objective Talent Management.
Directed by Andy Nyman, written by Derren Brown and Andy Nyman, the performance is not suitable for children under 12 years of age.
The performances of Derren Brown: Infamous gets under way at 7.30pm.
Tickets to see it are £37.50-£30.
Call the box office for more details on 0115 9895555 or you can go online to www.trch.co.uk
n The Saturdays have announced their tour dates, which will include an appearance at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on Friday, September 12.
Since The Saturdays formed in 2007, the multi platinum-selling band have become a household name in the UK.
They have scored 11 Top Ten singles (including signature hits like All Fired Up and Higher) and three Top Ten albums (Chasing Lights ,Wordshaker and Headlines).
Renowned for their energetic live performances, The Saturdays have embarked on three nationwide headline tours (including 2011’s All Fired Up arena tour, their biggest to date).
The Saturdays have also become unavoidable on screens across the nation, not least as part of their own fly-on-the-wall TV shows The Saturdays 24/7 and What Goes On Tour.
Add to this a loyal following of over one million fans on Facebook, over three million combined followers on Twitter and over 67 million video views on YouTube, and it’s clear that The Saturdays have become the UK’s foremost girl group.
The performance gets under way at 7.30pm.
Tickets to see The Saturdays at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall are £27.50.
They are available by calling the box office on 0115 989 5555 or by going to www.trch.co.uk
n X Factor winner Sam Bailey has announced the details of her Power Of Love 2015 tour, to include a date at Nottinhham’s Royal Concert Hall on February 4.
Sam Bailey stole the hearts of a nation on X Factor and, since winning her feet, have barely touched the ground. Following the announcement of the imminent release of her debut album, Sam has now also confirmed a string of winter UK tour dates.
The former prison officer has experienced dreams becoming reality, including a No. 1 with her single Skyscraper, supporting Beyonce on tour, performing with idol Michael Bolton at the National Television Awards and now her own headline tour.
For ticket details, call 0115 9895555.