Uncanny: I Know What I Saw, Arrives In Dublin, Ireland At The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre - 28th June 2024
 Events/Upcoming Shows
Friday 29th, March 2024
Ireland Report / Story
As the curtains rise at the Bord Gáis Theatre on June 28th, 2024, audiences will delve into the realms of the paranormal with "Uncanny: I Know What I Saw". Following its resounding success in 2023, this spine chilling production aims to captivate and intrigue theatre-goers with its blend of real life ghost stories and thought-provoking debate.

The event promises an evening of thrills and contemplation, exploring age old questions about the existence of ghosts and the reasons behind our encounters with the paranormal. With an open invitation extended to both believers and skeptics alike, attendees are encouraged to bring their open minds and prepare for an unforgettable journey.

Creator Danny Robins, known for his acclaimed BBC Radio 4 podcasts and other successful ventures, including "The Battersea Poltergeist" and "The Witch Farm", leads the charge once more. Robins, speaking about the show's return, said, "We had an incredible response from audiences across the country last year, with 25,000 people joining us on our paranormal investigation. Now, we're thrilled to bring the chilling tales and spirited debates back to Dublin".

The production's unique blend of projection, sound, and storytelling promises to transport audiences into the heart of each supernatural encounter, making for a truly immersive experience. From modern hauntings experienced by ordinary individuals to heated discussions among experts, "Uncanny: I Know What I Saw" offers an evening of entertainment that challenges perceptions and stirs the imagination.

However, with the promise of thrills comes a word of caution. The production includes special effects such as strobe lighting, flashing lights, smoke, and haze, ensuring an atmosphere charged with suspense and intrigue. Additionally, organisers have implemented an age guidance policy, stipulating that attendees under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

Tickets for the June 28th performance are now available from €31.50, offering Dublin audiences a chance to witness the phenomenon that is "Uncanny: I Know What I Saw". Whether you're a dedicated follower of the paranormal or simply curious about the unknown, this production invites you to step into a world where reality and the paranormal collide.

In the words of Danny Robins, "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".

For those brave enough to embark on this journey into the unknown, the Bord Gáis Theatre awaits, promising an evening that will linger long after the final curtain falls.

From the Bord Gáis website:
In 2023 Danny asked the questions – do ghosts exists? And if not, why do we see them?

25,000 people at theatres across the country came to find out the answers, in the biggest live investigation into the paranormal. Ever.

You now have another chance to join Danny and his team of experts for this terrifying and thought-provoking evening, featuring chilling real-life stories of the supernatural experienced by ordinary people from ordinary places, brought to life on stage through thrilling theatrical invention in a mix of projection, sound and spellbinding storytelling.

As these stories of very modern hauntings are shared, Danny and the team will debate what they think actually happened in these strange encounters.

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.

Danny Robins is the creator of the hugely successful BBC Radio 4 podcasts and global hits, Uncanny, The Battersea Poltergeist and The Witch Farm, the BBC TV series Uncanny and the award-winning West End play 2:22 – A Ghost Story

You can find out more information and book tickets at the link at the bottom of this article.
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