'2.22 - A Ghost Story' To Make West End Return

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2:22 — A Ghost Story is set for a dramatic return to London to play a strictly limited 10-week season at the Gielgud Theatre from 25th May.

The play premiered in 2020 at the Noël Coward Theatre starring Lily Allen, Jake Wood, Julia Chan, and Hadley Fraser. Other famous faces who have gone on to star in the production, include Laura Whitmore, Giovanna Fletcher, Cheryl, Tom Felton, and Sophia Bush, among others. This latest run at the Gielgud Theatre will mark the play's seventh season in the West End.

2:22 — A Ghost Story is written by Danny Robins and directed by  Isabel Marr and Matthew Dunster. The wider creative team behind the production features Cindy Lin (costume designer), Anna Fleischle (set designer), Lucy Carter (lighting designer), Chris Fisher (illusions), and Ian Dickinson (sound designer).

The play follows couple Sam and Jenny, who have moved into a new home with their baby. Following a bizarre series of strange nighttime occurrences, Jenny is sure that the house is haunted, but her husband Sam doesn't believe her. Set over a single night, Sam and Jenny, along with their dinner guests Ben and Lauren, stay up until 2.22am to attempt to figure out what is happening in the house.

Casting is yet to be announced.

Check back for 2:22 — A Ghost Story tickets on Theatretickets-London.co.uk.


Booking & Theatre Info For 2.22 - A Ghost Story

The Gielgud Theatre is a medium size West End theatre that has three levels of seating with a capacity of 974 seats.

Premium seats in the theatre are located towards the middle of the Stalls section, just below the overhang from the Dress Circle. Patrons sitting up close to the front of the Stalls may miss some of the action at the rear of the stage, due to the height of the stage so aim to sit in rows N-P for the best overall experience.

The Gielgud Theatre also has three boxes at the rear of the Dress Circle enabling you to watch the production with added privacy, all of which boast a dedicated private entrance and quick access to the toilets and the bar in the interval.

The elevated sections of the theatre offer good value for those on a budget looking for lastminute shows or cheap tickets to 2.22 - A Ghost Story however, due to the shape of the Dress Circle, a number of these seats have a slightly restricted view of the stage, in particular towards the end of rows A and B which face the stage at an angle. There is also good value to be found in the Grand Circle but as always it is recommended to study the seating plan in detail before purchase as there are also some restrictions in this section due to the curve in the seating.

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