Many of the best professional darts players on the planet will take part in a charity fundraising night at Roffey Social and Sports Club as the popular Untouchables event returns to Horsham for a third consecutive year.
But fans are being left to speculate on which darting superstars will be on show on Friday 17 October after the promoter released a mysterious poster showing only silhouettes.
The fundraising night has previously featured such darting luminaries as Michael van Gerwen, James Wade, Simon Whitlock and Raymond van Barneveld.
All proceeds from the night will be split between Chailey Heritage Clinical Services, Bradbury Enhanced Care Service and Bipolar UK.
Jason Thame of promoters MODUS Darts said: “The previous two events here have been very successful and it has been our privilege to raise funds for some fantastic causes, which do invaluable work.
“While we aren’t revealing the line-up until the night itself, I can promise that darts fans will be over the moon with a field boasting many of the PDC’s top players.
“Nowhere else in sport can they see their heroes up close and personal for such great value and in the knowledge that every penny spent goes straight to charity.
“We are hopeful that this will be the best show yet and that we can raise more money for the charities than ever before.”
Fans will be given the chance to take on the arrows aces before the professionals compete in an exclusive tournament.
Photograph and autograph opportunities will also be available on the night.
Tickets are priced at £15 and are available from www.dartshop.tv or 01403 210 223
Bipolar UK is the national charity dedicated to supporting individuals with the much misunderstood and devastating condition of Bipolar, while Bradbury Enhanced Care Service provides crucial support for young adults with complex health needs, physical disabilities and life limiting conditions.
Attendees are reminded that all proceeds will be split between the afore mentioned charities, with further fund-raising activities taking place on the evening.
The two previous stagings of the event have raised a combined total of over £10,000.