2:22: A Ghost Story
Get spooked by the supernatural West End phenomenon with 2:22 A Ghost Story play tickets
The clock is ticking as supernatural thriller 2:22: A Ghost Story haunts the Apollo Theatre for another exhilarating West End season, starring Jaime Winstone. This hit show will get your pulse racing with twists and turns, but are you brave enough to discover the truth?
Jenny and Sam have just moved into a new house. Jenny is convinced it’s haunted, but her husband and friends aren’t so sure. As they sit down for dinner, scepticism and belief clash and tempers start to fray. Is Jenny being unreasonable, or is there really something lurking in the walls? If the group stay up until 2:22, they might find out…
Danny Robins‘ 2:22 A Ghost Story play is the West End’s runaway success, directed by Matthew Dunster. The pair have an uncanny eye for the macabre: Robins is the creator of The Battersea Poltergeist podcast and Dunster has directed darkly comic plays including Martin McDonagh’s Hangmen.
Packed with startling twists that will have you jumping out of your seats, the juggernaut 2:22: A Ghost Story play opened in 2021 at the Noel Coward Theatre, starring Lily Allen. It was an instant hit, with tickets selling out and an Olivier Award for Best New Play won in the same year. It has since transferred to the Gielgud, Criterion and Lyric theatres with casts including Cheryl, Jake Wood, and Tom Felton.
Jaime Winstone (Kidulthood) plays Jenny, Frankie Bridge (The Saturday) plays Lauren, Clifford Samuel (Mother Courage and Her Children) plays Sam and Ricky Champ (EastEnders) plays Ben in the 2:22 A Ghost Story play at the Apollo Theatre.
A star-studded cast and tale that will send a shiver up your spine make London’s 2:22: A Ghost Story the unmissable show that’s got everyone talking. It continues to haunt the West End until September 2023.
It is recommended that theatregoers are aged 14+ to attend 2:22 A Ghost Story play.