Ghost Stories

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If you’re thrilled by things that go bump in the night don’t miss out on Ghost Stories tickets

Having played to sell-out audiences across the world, as well as its release as a critically-acclaimed film in 2017, Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s spine-tingling Ghost Stories returns to the West End just in time for Halloween. The horror hit, which premiered at Liverpool Playhouse in 2010 before transferring to the Lyric Hammersmith earlier this year, will open at the Ambassadors Theatre on 3rd October.

Do you want to discover what scares you? Then this is the experience for you. The nightmarish world of Ghost Stories is full of thrilling twists, where your worst nightmares and darkest fears will appear before your eyes. A fully sensory experience, horror fans will love playing games with fear in this edge-of-your-seat theatrical experience.

Andy Nyman is a celebrated actor, writer and director. He has starred in his fair share of horror and thriller offerings, including the 2006 horror-comedy Severance and Charlie Brooker’s horror satire Dead Set. He is also an accomplished magician and mentalist, having frequently collaborated with psychological illusionist Derren Brown. Jeremy Dyson is perhaps best known for – aside from Ghost Stories – being one of the League of Gentlemen, along with Mark Gatiss, Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith.

Nyman, Dyson, and Sean Holmes direct the production, with design by Jon Bausor, lighting by James Farncombe and sound by Nick Manning. Casting information for Ghost Stories is yet to be announced.

Ready for the fright of your life? Ghost Stories plays at the Ambassadors Theatre from 3rd October.

Child Friendly

Ghost Stories is recommended for those aged 15+