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Ghost Stories extends to 20 Feb 2011 at Duke of York's
Ghost Stories by Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson, has extended its booking period to 20 Feb 2011, at the Duke of York's Theatre.
The production has also announced it will be putting on a special midnight performance to celebrate Halloween in its own unique style on Saturday 30th October.
The 'scary' comedy had sold out runs at Liverpool Playhouse (4 to 20 Feb 2010) and Lyric Hammersmith (24 Feb to 17 April 2010), where it received good notices from the popular press: "Ingenious, creepy and horribly enjoyable show." (Telegraph); "I 'enjoyed' every creepy minute." (Independent); "You'll have a scream" (Time Out). "Hugely entertaining and a predominantly fun piece of theatre." (The Stage)
It transfered to the West End's Duke of York's Theatre opening 13 July 2010, following previews from 25 June 2010.
It is directed by Andy Nyman, Jeremy Dyson & Sean Holmes, designed by Jon Bausor, lighting by James Farncombe.
Produced in the West End by the Lyric Hammersmith and Phil McIntyre Entertainments.
Three men gather, each with an uncanny tale to tell: their chilling stories will bleed off the stage and into your dreams.
The producers of the show say: "Those under the age of 15 should think carefully before attending."