Jake Wood To Rejoin Cast Of '2.22 A Ghost Story' At Lyric Theatre

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Eastenders actor Jake Wood is set to return to the West End to take over the role of Ben in 2:22 - A Ghost Story at the Lyric Theatre for performances up to April 23rd.

Jake Wood will rejoin the company on January 26th. Commenting on the new casting, producers of the show stated: “Due to illness during the rehearsal period, Hugo Chegwin has sadly had to withdraw from the production. We are delighted to welcome Jake Wood back to the 2:22 family”. Wood previously starred in the play as one of the original company alongside Lily Allen, Hadley Fraser, and Julia Chan and commented on the appointment: “Danny Robins’ script is funny, touching, and so entertaining and easily the best play I have ever read. If you’ve seen the show before, come back and see it again and I promise that you will enjoy it just as much as I know I will the second time around”.

The play follows Jenny and her husband Sam as they attempt to see if their new house is haunted by inviting their friends Jenny, and Sam over to stay up until 2:22 am to find out the truth.

Matthew Dunster directs the production which also stars X-Factor star Cheryl as Jenny, Scott Karim as Sam, and Louise Ford as Lauren.

The creative team behind 2:22 - A Ghost Story features lighting design by Lucy Carter, set design by Anna Fleischle, costume design by Cindy Lin, and sound design by Ian Dickinson for Autograph Sound.


Booking & Theatre Info For 2.22 A Ghost Story

The Lyric Theatre is a medium size West End theatre located at the bottom of Shaftesbury Avenue in the heart of London's theatreland and has four levels with a capacity of 1061 seats.

Due to support pillars situated throughout the venue, there are restricted views in certain areas of the auditorium which can result in major viewing obstructions. The rows all curve into a horseshoe shape, which causes the seats at the very end of the rows to suffer from side-angle views of the stage.

Premium seats in the theatre are located in rows F-J in the centre of the Stalls which have the best view overall view of the stage along with seats in the front and centre of the Dress Circle which will suit patrons who prefer to view the stage from an elevated position. Due to the number of pillars and also the shape of the auditorium in the Lyric Theatre, several restricted view seats are regularly sold at a lower cost to suit patrons on a budget or bargain hunters searching for cheap 2.22 A Ghost Story tickets. Studying the seating plan to exploit the cut-off points within the pricing structure can also bring dividends as the seats all around the premium seats in the Stalls can offer similar views in lower price bands.

Private boxes are also available in the Lyric Theatre which is primarily located down the sides of the Dress Circle which has between two and three seats and contains freestanding chairs allowing patrons to maximize both their view and comfort and are usually priced comparably to seats in the Grand Circle.

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