Uncanny: I Know What I Saw tour

Currently touring until 22 July 2024

Smash hit, sell-out stage show, Uncanny: I Know What I Saw with Danny Robins back by unprecedented popular demand for another extensive leg of the UK tour in 2024

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In 2023, Danny Robins asked: Do ghosts exist? If not, why are they perceived by people? His quest for answers drew 25,000 attendees to theatres nationwide, transforming the event into an unprecedented live paranormal investigation.

Uncanny: I Know What I Saw stands out as a unique stage experience. It showcases gripping, real-world tales of supernatural events, encountered by everyday individuals. These stories are vividly brought to life with innovative theatre techniques, alongside stunning sound, projection, and video design.

Danny Robins, renowned for his successful BBC Radio 4 podcasts like Uncanny, The Battersea Poltergeist, The Witch Farm, as well as the BBC TV series Uncanny and the celebrated West End play 2:22 – A Ghost Story, both writes and performs in this production.

Danny Robins said: “Whether you are a Team Sceptic or Team Believer, if you love ghost stories and want to try and make sense of these strange mysteries, we can promise you a fun, thought-provoking, scare-filled night out as we bring some intriguing cases, never featured on TV or the podcast to life. And if you saw the show in 2023, we can promise you some brand new evidence and new witnesses this time around!”

About the show

Under the direction of Sam Hodges for Tilted, The Shadow Factory and Nuffield Southampton Theatres, the show is design by Linbury Prize recipient Zoe Hurwitz, with lighting by Elliot Griggs. Sound design is the work of Alex Braithwaite, video projections by Zakk Hein, and illusions crafted by Sam Lupton.

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