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Ghost Stories Tickets

Ambassadors Theatre, London
Ghost Stories
Ambassadors Theatre, London
Terrifying stage cult show returns
Our Review 4 / 5

Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson's hit horror Ghost Stories returns to the West End following its successful revival at the Lyric Hammersmith with a run at the Ambassadors Theatre this October. 

Arriving just in time for Halloween, the show will be spooking the stalls once again as Professor of Parapsychology Phillip Goodman who recites the three mysterious cases he has encountered during his research that he just cannot explain. 

The play, which opened in Liverpool in 2010 before transferring to the Lyric, has played the West End twice before, with runs at the Duke of York's and Arts Theatres. Ghost Stories was also adapted for the big screen in 2017, with Nyman himself starring alongside Alex Lawther, Martin Freeman and Paul Whitehouse. 

Ghost Stories was revived at the Lyric Hammersmith in early 2019 starring Simon Lipkin, Garry Cooper, Preston Nyman, and Richard Sutton. 

Ghost Stories returns to the West End at the Ambassadors Theatre from 3rd October 2019 to 4th January 2020, with tickets available now. 

There will also be a special Halloween night performance of Ghost Stories, beginning at 10pm on 31st October. 

Ghost Stories tickets are available now. 

Previews from |
29th March 2019
Opening date |
5th April 2019
Booking from |
4th January 2020
Available until |
4th January 2020
Run time |
90 Minutes
Categories |
Suitable for age 15+.Please note: Ghost Stories contains moments of extreme shock and tension. The show is unsuitable for anyone under the age of 15. We strongly advise those of a nervous disposition to think very seriously before attending.
Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman
Jeremy Dyson, Andy Nyman and Sean Holmes
James Farncombe
Nick Manning
Jon Bausor
Cast list:
Garry Cooper, Simon Lipkin, Preston Nyman, Richard Sutton

Ambassadors Theatre Venue Information

Ambassadors Theatre, West Street, London, WC2H 9ND
Nearest tube:
Leicester Square

Customer reviews

Our Review of Ghost Stories


It’s difficult to satisfy every audience; not everyone has the same sense of humour or taste in music. Rarely do you leave a theatre with a feeling like you get after Ghost Stories: a communal sense of disbelief and palpable relief. Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s thriller blends stagecraft and scares to cast a spell over its audience. Having sent shivers through the West End and on international tours, it returns to the theatre where it all began as it forms part of outgoing... Read more


The West End already gives plenty of reasons for blind terror, and that's not just the sight of the price list at the box office - up to £152 for The Book of Mormon, for instance. What with that, the imminent arrival of a real-life actor impersonating Simon Cowell in a West End musical and such recent events as a theatre ceiling caving in during a storm on Shaftesbury Avenue, why put yourself in harm's way? But of course people love to be terrified, as long as they're (relatively)... Read more

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