The Olivier Award-nominated Ghost Stories will embark on a UK tour following a thrilling West End run and a smash-hit film.

Ghost Stories, London production

Source: Chris Payne

Groups are set to be spooked in the haunting tour of Ghost Stories.

It is said that audiences will enter a world of thrilling twists and turns as a terrifying horror unfolds on stage. Opening at Churchill Theatre, Bromley on Friday 17th January 2025, groups can catch a performance in the likes of Milton Keynes, Nottingham, Birmingham, Southampton, Brighton and Cardiff. You can see the full touring dates and venues by clicking here.

The production was last seen in London in 2019 when it transferred to the Ambassador’s Theatre after running at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith. It embarked on a partial UK tour in early 2020, but this was cut short by the pandemic.

Producers Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman said: “We are beyond excited that Ghost Stories will be scaring the hell out of audiences around the country in its first ever full national tour. It’s 15 years since we first brought screams, laughs, jumps and killer twists to the theatre and we can’t wait to do it again.”

About the show

When Professor Goodman, an arch-sceptic out to debunk the paranormal, embarks on an investigation of three apparent hauntings, he finds himself at the outer limits of rationality, and fast running out of explanations.

Enter a world full of thrilling twists and epic turns, where the ultimate love letter to horror is imagined live on stage. A fully sensory and electrifying encounter, Ghost Stories is said to keep you on the edge-of-your-seat and described as a theatrical experience like no other.

Ghost Stories contains moments of extreme shock and tension. The show is unsuitable for anyone under the age of 15 and producers strongly advise those of a nervous disposition to think very seriously before attending.

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