Monday, 2 February 2015

Ghost Stories announces West End closure

Producers of Ghost Stories have announced that the show will end its current West End run at the Arts Theatre on 15th March 2015 after nearly 1,000 performances.

Since premiering five years ago, Ghost Stories has been performed to 400,000 people worldwide. Ghost Stories opened at the Arts Theatre in February 2014 where it has broken all box office records in its history, including playing to a record number of people in one night on the spookiest night of the year, Halloween.

Co-creator of the show Andy Nyman said: "When Jeremy (Dyson) and I first conceived Ghost Stories, we never expected that the show would go on to be a cult hit, playing all over the world, with people returning time and again to be scared out of their minds. We’re hugely proud of its success."

Ghost Stories mixes the very best of theatre with the intense buzz of a thrill-ride, delivering something truly unique. With some new moments of shock, the show is a stage fright like no other - 80 rollercoaster minutes of thrilling, chilling laughs and the scariest fun you'll ever have in the theatre.

A warning message on the show's website reads "Please be advised that ghost stories contain moments of severe shock and tension. The show is unsuitable for anyone under the age of 15. We strongly advise that those of a nervous disposition to think very seriously before attending."



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