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About the event
Tilted in association with Leicester Curve presents UNCANNY: I KNOW WHAT I SAW
Do you believe in ghosts?
Are UFOs real? Is the impossible possible?
Join Danny Robins, creator of the smash hit BBC Radio 4 paranormal podcasts Uncanny, The Battersea Poltergeist and The Witch Farm and award-winning West End play 2:22 – A Ghost Story, for the biggest investigation into the paranormal – ever.
Danny Robins and his team of experts bring you a terrifying and thought provoking evening, featuring chilling new real-life stories of the supernatural, experienced by ordinary people from ordinary places, brought to life on stage through thrilling theatrical invention, using exquisite sound, projection and video design.
As these brand new stories of very modern hauntings are shared, Danny and the team – Evelyn Hollow on Team Believer and Ciarán O’ Keffe, Chris French and Deborah Hyde alternating on Team Skeptic – will debate what they think actually happened in these strange encounters.
You’ll be immersed in the sights, sounds and scares of all things Uncanny like never before, in a spectacular, unforgettable evening
Whether you are #TeamBeliever or #TeamSceptic, a long term Uncanny fan or just interested in the paranormal, you’re welcome to Uncanny : I Know What I Saw.
All we ask is that you bring an open mind and prepare to hear some incredible stories and theories that may just change everything you think you know about the world.
Warning: This show will make you jump, laugh, think and question the very nature of reality!
“The audio king of true-life scary tales” The Observer
“A latter day Alfred Hitchcock” Radio Times
“10/10 The nation’s favourite supernatural Sherlock Holmes” Sci-Fi Bulletin.
“The UK’s go-to ghost guy… At last, the question ‘who ya gonna call’ has a practical answer.” Evening Standard
The production is suitable for ages 10+ (with parental discretion)
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