Audiences looking for a scare should book Ghost Stories tickets, but only if you think you’re brave enough!
Created by The League of Gentleman’s Jeremy Dyson and Kick Ass 2’s Andy Nyman, Ghost Stories claims not to be for the faint hearted.
Now in its third stint in London’s West End, Ghost Stories has proven ever popular with its thrill seeking audience, many of which can be seen screaming and jumping out of their skins in the auditorium.
The show is structured by Parapsychologist, Dr Goodman, regaling interviews with three people who claim to have had a ghostly experience, with each story re-enacted on stage.
With a taunted night watchman, a spooked young driver and an expectant father, each story aims to chill the audience to the bone. Ultimately the stories are drawn together with one unexpected twist.
The creative team behind the show are Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman, who wrote the show and directed it alongside Sean Holmes. Designs are by Jon Bausor with lighting by James Farncombe and sound by Nick Manning.
Ghost Stories plays at the Arts Theatre and is 80 minutes long with no interval.
Ghost Stories is an all out shock experience. It is not recommended for the faint hearted and is definitely not suitable for young children. Teenagers over the age of 15 who are accompanied by an adult may see the show.