Ghost Stories in London

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For those of you who like a uniquely spooky experience when going to the theatre, then the terrifying tales told in Ghost Stories will tick all the boxes.

 Created by actor and director Andy Nyman (who also starred in the original production) and The League Of Gentlemen’s Jeremy Dyson Ghost Stories is not for the feint hearted and will have you gripping the arms of your seats – or even the person next to you as you witness three extraordinarily authentic ghostly scenarios where, as you can imagine, all does not end happily ever after.

I’m not giving anything away, but can highly recommend Ghost Stories to anyone who likes their theatre a little on the edge!

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Theatre: Arts Theatre, 6-7 Great Newport Street, London WC2H 7JB
Opened: 13th February 2014
Booking to : 15th March 2015
Performance times: Tuesday to Saturday at 2000; Saturday at 1700; Sunday at 1600 and 1900
Age suitability :  Recommended for 15 years and over
Nearest tube : Leicester Square on the Piccadilly and Northern lines
Nearest hotels : 5 star Radisson Blu Hampshire; 4 star deluxe Radisson Blu Mercer Street, 3 star Travelodge Covent Garden

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 by Sara Benn

Second time I've seen the show and it was just as scary as the first. I remembered little bits of what happened but I still jumped in all the right places and my two teenagers were gripping the arm rests in sheer terror most of the time.

A very well executed play with just the right amount of humour, fact and scares.

Do not go if you are of a nervous disposition!

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