‘2:22 - A Ghost Story’ to transfer for fifth season at the Apollo Theatre
Danny Robins’s Olivier-nominated spooky thriller will play at its fifth West End theatre since its inaugural season at the Noel Coward Theatre in 2021.
The West End isn’t afraid of any ghosts, as 2:22 - A Ghost Story continues to dominate London. After performances at the Lyric Theatre conclude next month, 2:22 - A Ghost Story moves to the Apollo Theatre, with performances from 14 May to 17 September.
2:22 - A Ghost Story premiered at the Noel Coward Theatre in 2021. It’s since moved to the Gielgud Theatre, the Criterion Theatre, and the Lyric Theatre. The current incarnation plays its last performance on 23 April.
Danny Robins’s play follows a couple named Jenny and Sam who have just moved into their new home. While Jenny believes the house is haunted, Sam is skeptical, so they invite dinner guests over and stay up until 2:22am to uncover the truth.
"It blows my mind that we have been on this incredible journey of what is now a record breaking 5 transfers and 6 seasons! I'm just delighted to see the continued appetite for my play. The amazing audience reactions, coupled with one outstanding cast after another, have catapulted it into bonafide long-runner territory and I can’t wait to see who'll pick up the mantle in this next iteration. Watch this space and prepare to be deeply spooked," said Robins.
Casting for 2:22 - A Ghost Story at the Apollo Theatre will be revealed at a later date. The current cast includes Cheryl, Jake Wood, Louise Ford, and Scott Karim.
Matthew Dunster directs, with set design by Anna Fleischle, costume design by Cindy Lin, lighting design by Lucy Carter, and sound design by Ian Dickinson for Autograph Sound.
2:22 - A Ghost Story is at the Apollo Theatre.
Book 2:22 - A Ghost Story tickets on London Theatre.
Originally published on