Ghost Stories set to scare at Arts Theatre until 2015

Chris Levens in Ghost Stories. Photo by Alistair Muir.
Chris Levens in Ghost Stories. Photo by Alistair Muir.

The scariest stage show in London is set to extend its run.

The hit show Ghost Stories at London’s Arts Theatre is now booking until January 18 after breaking box office records.

Full casting includes Simon Holmes, Paul Kemp, Paul Kendrick, Chris Levens, Alexander Nicolaou, Gary Shelford and Mark Starr.

The production has been re-staged and re-imagined by writers Jeremy Dyson (The League Of Gentlemen) and Andy Nyman (Severence, Deadset) along with director Sean Holmes.

Jeremy Dyson has won numerous awards as the co-­-writer of the hilariously bleak Gentlemen; including a Perrier Award, BAFTA Award for Best Comedy and the Golden Rose of Montreux.

Andy Nyman is an acclaimed actor, with credits including Channel 4’s BAFTA nominated Dead Set, the horror­-comedy directed by Christopher Smith Severence and Kick Ass 2.

He is the award-winning co­-writer and co­-creator of the TV productions Derren Brown-Mind Control and Trick Of The Mind.

Be advised that Ghost Stories comes with a health hazard warning.

The show contains moments of severe shock and tension and is unsuitable for anyone under the age of 15. The management strongly advise that those of a nervous disposition to think very seriously before attending.

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