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    The guiltiest of pleasures
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    The chief success is the production's aesthetic.
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Ghost The Musical Tickets

Revamped for the stage from the hugely successful Oscar Award-winning film of the same name, starring Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze, Ghost the Musical is a multi-technological stage sensation. Making its West End debut after an initial run in Manchester, the musical opens at the Piccadilly Theatre, as well as the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on Broadway.

Ghost tells the same story as the critically-acclaimed film, focusing on the tragically heart-wrenching story of Molly and Sam. A young, loved-up couple, things take a shocking turn when Sam is murdered on a night out. Unable to make peace with his untimely end, Sam becomes a ghost and follows his heartbroken lover, unbeknownst to her. Molly is consoled by the couple’s mutual friend, Carl, however on closer inspection Sam discovers that he may be less of a friend than he first thought.

Adapted for the stage by Bruce Joel Rubin, Ghost includes music by Dave Stewart and Glen Ballard, who also collaborated on the lyrics alongside Rubin. The production was nominated for five Olivier Awards and three Tony Awards, with nods for Best New Musical and Best Sound Design. Rubin, Stewart and Ballard’s score includes a cover of the iconic Righteous Brothers’ ‘Unchained Melody’, as well as stand-out original numbers such as ‘Three Little Words’, ‘With You’, ‘Rain/Hold On’ and ‘The Love Inside’.

Ghost the Musical is directed by Tony Award-winning Matthew Warchus, with choreography by Ashley Wallen, design by Rob Howell, sound by Bobby Aitken, lighting by Hugh Vanstone and impressive illusions by Paul Kieve. Original cast members include Richard Fleeshman as Sam Wheat, Cassie Levy as Molly Jenson, Andrew Langtree as Carl Bruner and Sharon D. Clarke as Oda Mae Brown.

Performance dates: 24 Jun 2011 - 06 Oct 2012

Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes

Special notice: Ghost contains scenes of an adult nature as well as scenes depicting violence, therefore it is not suitable for children.

Best Seats

SeatPlan Recommends: Generally seats in the middle of the Stalls and the middle of the Dress Circle boast the best views in the Piccadilly Theatre.

Latest Audience Reviews

'Ghost' is a beautiful show - both for its music and the advancement of technological achievements and... More

RichardBayton Top 200 reviewer29 Jun 2017

'Ghost' is a beautiful show - both for its music and the advancement of technological achievements and illusions on stage. Moments such as Sam putting his hand through the door just seem to happen before your eye, and make you believe the story even more. A wonderful must see show that will guarantee to have tears flowing at the end.

RichardBayton Top 200 reviewer29 Jun 2017
lishoefer 10 Aug 2017

Great big show, soaring songs, incredible special effects and familiar story done very cleverly. Big... More

SophCG 01 Jul 2017

Great big show, soaring songs, incredible special effects and familiar story done very cleverly. Big individual performances pull the whole show together.

SophCG 01 Jul 2017

Great big show, soaring songs, incredible special effects and familiar story done very cleverly. Big... More

SophCG 01 Jul 2017

Great big show, soaring songs, incredible special effects and familiar story done very cleverly. Big individual performances pull the whole show together.

SophCG 01 Jul 2017
Marybethx Top 200 reviewer28 Jul 2017

The show was amazing. The cast was amazing. The set was brilliant. The special effects were out of this... More

sarahward Top 50 reviewer28 Jul 2017

The show was amazing. The cast was amazing. The set was brilliant. The special effects were out of this world.

sarahward Top 50 reviewer28 Jul 2017
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