‘2:22 – A Ghost Story’ to embark on its first UK tour in September

The show will travel all across the country until May 2024, some of its locations including Bath, Salford and Belfast. Written by award-winning BBC author Danny Robins, the play tells the eerie tale of a couple moving to their new house, where they will soon find their accompanied by some unwanted guest.

Better believe in ghost stories – you’re in one! Oops, wrong script quote – but serves its purpose anyway. Whatever the case, fans of terror and good theatre alike will be horrified to know that London’s most thrilling paranormal-themed play is on its way to haunt the rest of the country. Written by award-winning author Danny Robins, creator of the hit BBC podcast The Battersea Poltergeist, and directed by Matthew Dunster and Isabel Marr, the piece tells the stirring story of a couple who has recently moved to their new house, where they’ll soon find they’re not the only inhabitants of the property.

“Over the last year I have had so many people asking me on social media when we are going to bring 2:22 out on tour”, says Robins. “That moment has finally arrived. We are beyond excited to be taking the show around the UK. It’s a play that will make you laugh, scream, cry, think and jump out of your seat – a proper spooky night out  – and it’s coming to a town near you!!! Do you dare come and watch? We can’t wait to see you!”.

Produced by Runaway Entertainment, this extensive UK-wide tour will open at Bath Theatre Royal on 1 September 2023 and continue through to May 2024 – its full schedule to be announced soon. Also on sale from today is a week-long run at The Lowry, Salford, which will start on Halloween, as well as the Grand Opera House Belfast from 14 November 2023. As for the London production, the show is currently playing at The Lyric, which represents its fourth transfer and fifth West End season for the show – after moving from the Criterion. Having welcome such renowned stars to its cast such as Tom Felton, the current troupe includes Cheryl, Jake Wood, Louise Ford and Scott Karim.

Read our latest review on 2:22 here!

Tickets for the 2:22 tour are available on the following link, while allocations for the London production can be purchased here.

By Guillermo Nazara

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