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About the showGet ready to experience a terrifying night at the theatre: Ghost Stories returns to the West End this Autumn, with parapsychologist Mr. Goodman once again spooking audience with tales of the unexpected.
Delving into our deepest fears and worst nightmares, Ghost Stories follows Goodman’s research into bizarre and unsettling stories from three individuals who believe they’ve encountered ghosts. With moments of high tension and lots of shocks, the show is billed as not for the fainthearted.
Ghost Stories first opened at Liverpool Playhouse in 2010 and has appeared in London at the Duke of York’s and Arts Theatres. In 2015, it crossed over to Australia to spook audiences down under. In 2017, Ghost Stories was adapted for film, starring Martin Freeman.
Co-writers Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson also direct Ghost Stories in the West End. Nyman is best known as a frequent collaborator of Derren Brown’s, directing his stage shows Enigma and the Olivier Award-winning Something Wicked This Way Comes. Dyson is a member of The League of Extraordinary Gentleman alongside Mark Gatiss and Reece Shearsmith.
Casting and creatives for Ghost Stories at the Ambassadors Theatre includes Simon Lipkin as Professor Goodman, Garry Cooper as Tony Matthews, Preston Nyman as Simon Rifkind and Richard Sutton as Mike Priddle.
Thrills, chills and things that go bump in the night are all on the menu for Ghost Stories at the Ambassadors Theatre. With enough surprises lurking in the dark to keep heart rates through the roof, this cult favourite returns to London on 3 October 2019.
Who Should See It?Any fans of The Woman in Black or ghoulish horror films should book tickets to experience Ghost Stories live. Audiences should be aware that the content is unsuitable for those under 15, whilst anyone with a nervous disposition should be cautious before choosing to catch the show.