Ghost Stories extends West End run to 17 August
After entertaining and scaring audiences on its West End return, the acclaimed GHOST STORIES has announced an extension at London’s Arts Theatre until Sunday 17 August 2014
GHOST STORIES mixes the very best of theatre with the intense buzz of a thrill-ride, restaged and reimagined by writers Jeremy Dyson (THE LEAGUE OF GENTLEMEN) and Andy Nyman (SEVERENCE, DEADSET) along with director Sean Holmes.
Full casting includes Dino Fetscher, Paul Kemp, Paul Kendrick, Chris Levens, Gary Shelford, Mark Starr and Philip Whitchurch.
Jeremy Dyson has won numerous awards as the co-writer of the hilariously bleak THE LEAGUE OF GENTLEMEN; including a Perrier Award, BAFTA Award for Best Comedy and the Golden Rose of Montreux. The stage show he co-penned, A LOCAL SHOW FOR LOCAL PEOPLE, was nominated for an Olivier Award in 2002.
Andy Nyman is and acclaimed actor Andy’s acting credits include Channel 4’s BAFTA nominated DEAD SET, the horror-comedy directed by Christopher Smith SEVERENCE and KICK ASS 2. He is the award-winning co-writer and co-creator of the TV productions DERREN BROWN – MIND CONTROL and TRICK OF THE MIND. He co-wrote and co-directed DERREN BROWN LIVE, AN EVENING OF WONDERS, ENIGMA and Derren’s most recent live show – INFAMOUS. Andy also won the Best Entertainment Olivier Award in 2005 for SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES.
WARNING: 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.
Tickets previously on sale until Saturday 24 May. Tickets until 17 August will go on sale 10am, Friday 14 March 2014
Directed by Jeremy Dyson, Sean Holmes and Andy Nyman
Designer Jon Bausor
Lighting Designer James Farncombe
Sound Designer Nick Manning
Special Effects Scott Penrose
Cast: Dino Fetscher, Paul Kemp, Paul Kendrick, Chris Levens, Gary Shelford, Mark Starr and Philip Whitchurch.
VENUE: Arts Theatre, 6-7 Great Newport Street, London, WC2H 7JB