SeatPlan Logo
Ghost Stories hero image
Ghost Stories hero image
Ghost Stories hero image

    Ghost Stories Tickets

    After thrilling audiences at the Lyric Hammersmith, cult favourite Ghost Stories is set to haunt the West End. With plenty of scares and tension to keep you on the edge of your seat, the show opens at the Ambassadors Theatre.

    A psychologically chilling cult favourite

    Ghost Stories returns to the West End for another edge-of-your-seat run, guaranteed to leave audiences thrilled. Delving into our worst fears and deepest impulses, the exhilarating play runs at the Ambassadors Theatre.

    Narrated by Professor of Parapsychology Mr. Goodman, Ghost Stories probes into the supernatural and spooky by recounting tales of things that go bump in the night. Based on Goodman’s research into three unusual encounters with the uncanny, Ghost Stories tickets deliver shocks, psychological second-guessing and a singularly terrifying visit to the theatre.

    Ghost Stories premiered at Liverpool Playhouse in 2010 and has since enjoyed multiple West End runs, including a stint at the Duke of York’s Theatre that same year. The play was adapted for film in 2017, starring Andy Nyman, Paul Whitehouse and Martin Freeman.

    This thrilling drama is co-written and directed by Andy Nyman and The League of Gentlemen's Jeremy Dyson, and in the West End, Simon Lipkin stars as Professor Goodman.

    Poltergeists, phantoms and flickers in the corner of your vision: are you brave enough to step into Ghost Stories?

    Sorry this show closed 04 January 2020, we recommend these similar productions.

    Dr. Strangelove
    The Mousetrap
    Performance dates:
    03 Jan 2020 - 04 Jan 2020
    Running time:
    1 hour and 30 minutes.
    Age recommendation:
    Best for age 15+
    Audience Notes:
    The show’s creators recommend that anyone of a nervous disposition think carefully before booking tickets for the show, whilst moments of extreme tension and shock factor make it unsuitable for those under 15.

    Latest Audience Reviews

    Very clever and inventive. With some good jump scares and effective use of the stage for the con... More

    Horror isn’t really my thing so I can’t say I massively enjoyed the show, but I feel it was done... More

    Surprisingly enjoyable and funny as well as quite scary too. Exceptionally well staged and the st... More

    My favourite show right now! I adore horror and it takes a lot to scare me- but this genuinely does.

    Super scary. The lighting, sound & set are evocative. The cast are amazing. It’s a real jump in y... More

    Hazard tape, flickering lights and ominous sounds and music help to build up the atmosphere befor... More

    Your basket is empty.