If you see a lone magpie, find the other one fast, don't mention the Scottish Play and never expect a driving test to be passed without your dad's lucky 1978 World Cup keyring. These are just a few of the superstitions and rituals people use to get them through life.
Stand-up comedienne Jill Peacock finds out from an ex-bishop, a therapist and a bunch of nervous actors where superstitions come from and why we keep doing them. With everything she's learnt, will Jill be able to do a gig without her own lucky pants? All will be revealed!.