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    2:22 A Ghost Story Tickets

    The supernatural thriller enjoys a record-breaking fifth West End transfer, with a starry cast including Jaime Winstone and Ricky Champ.

    2:22 A Ghost Story Tickets On Sale Now

    Get the adrenaline pumping at 2:22 A Ghost Story, as the record-breaking thriller continues its white-knuckle West End dominance at the Apollo Theatre this summer. Secrets emerge and tensions rise in this star-studded play. Do you dare discover the truth?

    2:22 A Ghost Story Plot

    Jenny is convinced that her new house is haunted, but her husband Sam thinks she’s imagining things. When they welcome friends Lauren and Ben around for a dinner party, talk soon turns to the supernatural and opinions are divided. Together, they decide to stay up to the small hours, and when the clock hits 2:22, they’ll find out who is right…

    With twists, turns and a surprise ending that you won’t see coming, playwright and The Battersea Poltergeist podcaster Danny Robins’ heart-racing show has kept audiences on the edge of their seats since premiering in 2021 and was nominated for the Olivier Award for Best New Play.

    2:22 A Ghost Story Cast

    This tense supernatural thriller is known for its star casting, with everyone from singers to soap stars treading the boards and delivering jump scares, chills and thrills for audiences! The current cast is no exception: Jamie Winstone (Kidulthood; Babs; After Hours) stars as Jenny, opposite Clifford Samuel (The Changeling) as husband Sam and EastEnders’ Ricky Champ as Ben.

    From early August, The Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge joined the cast as Lauren, in her West End debut. Bridge’s career as a performer spans time as a chart-topping popstar, broadcaster, author and even a semi-finalist on Strictly Come Dancing.

    Previous stars of 2:22 include singer Cheryl, soap star Jake Wood, presenter Laura Whitmore, Harry Potter’s Tom Felton and Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Stephanie Beatriz.

    2:22 A Ghost Story Reviews: The Supernatural Phenomenon

    2:22 A Ghost Story premiered at the Noël Coward Theatre in 2021, starring Lily Allen, and has become a must-see show for London theatregoers. Now in its fifth season, it is a “bona fide West End phenomenon” (Time Out) with thousands of people booking tickets to find out exactly what happens and how scary it really is!

    And is 2:22 A Ghost Story scary? We’ll leave that for you to decide once you’ve seen the entire show, but critics say “the mounting sense of dread is relentless” (The Independent) in this “slick, chilling romp of a play” (The Guardian). It may not be for the faint-hearted, but there are plenty of dark laughs, surprises and fun to enjoy as the drama amps up and 2:22 approaches.

    Don’t Miss Tickets for 2:22 A Ghost Story at Apollo Theatre

    If you haven’t seen it yet, book 2:22 A Ghost Story tickets and find out what the hype is about! London’s must-see theatre event shows no signs of slowing down, and is an exhilarating ride that will get into your head and maybe make you question everything you believed about things that go bump in the night...

    Sorry this show closed 17 September 2023, we recommend these similar productions.

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    Performance dates:
    16 Sep 2023 - 17 Sep 2023
    Running time:
    2 hours including an interval.
    Age recommendation:
    Best for age 14+
    Audience Notes:
    Please note that the appearance of any performer cannot be guaranteed, and is always subject to illness, injury and statutory holiday entitlement.

    Latest Audience Reviews

    The whole show is set in one scene so the set doesn’t change, I think I was expecting more visual... More

    A great ghost story, with some jumps to it! My friend guessed the twist at the end, by the interv... More

    It was okay definitely good but wouldn't rush back to see it and it wasn't that scary! there are... More

    Good Cast and a brilliant play, would like to see this play again with a new cast possibly if it... More

    Good show - not as scary as I would expect but nice experience to watch a thriller in a theatre.... More

    Great thought provoking show with amazing subtle nuances. Not too frightening for horror haters b... More

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