In the mood for something spooky this Halloween? Well, we have just the thing.
Ghost Stories, which was made into a film in 2017 starring Sherlock's Martin Freeman and The End of The F***ing World's Alex Lawther, has been haunting London's West End on and off for years, and it's now back for a terrifying stint at the Ambassador's Theatre.
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Written by Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman (above), it follows the adventures of a spook-sceptic and paranormalist Phillip Goodman, who's made it his life's work to investigate the most notorious hauntings in Britain.
When asked to track down three people who all claim to have encountered a paranormal presence, Goodman reluctantly agrees... and he's later horrified by what he finds.
But be warned – people of nervous disposition need not apply.
— Ghost Stories (@GhostStoriesUK) October 8, 2019
Speaking previously to Digital Spy, Dyson said: "One of the challenges with the stage play, one of the things we were delighting in, was not necessarily horror movie cliches but archetypes and putting them on stage.
"They took on a freshness because you'd never seen them on stage before."
So what are you waiting for? Tis the season (of the witch) and all that...
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