The Award-winning play 2:22: A Ghost Story is returning to the West End this summer.

The thriller play, written by Danny Robins first premiered in the West End in 2021 and then went on to receive an Olivier Award for Best New Play the following year.

The play follows the story of a woman named Jenny, who believes she is being haunted at 2:22 every night.

2:22: A Ghost Story first opened at the Noel Coward Theatre and starred Lily Allen, Julia Chan,
Hadley Fraser, and Jake Wood. This production was nominated for 3 Olivier Awards in 2022, including Best New Play, Best Actress for Lily Allen, and Best Sound Design.

The play then transferred to the Gielgud Theatre at the end of 2021 with Stephanie Beatriz, James Buckley, Elliot Cowan, and Giovanna Fletcher. Then it moved to the Criterion Theatre for its third run with Tom Felton, Mandip Gill, Beatriz Romilly, and Sam Swainsbury. It was then extended at the Criterion with a brand new cast – Laura Whitmore, Felix Scott, Matt Willis, and Tamsin Carroll. 2:22 went on to do its fourth West End run at the Lyric Theatre, this time with Cheryl Cole, Jakes Wood reprising his role, Lousie Ford, and Scott Karim. Then the fifth West End production of the play was at the Apollo Theatre with Sophia Bush, Ricky Champ, Clifford Samuel, and Jaime Winstone. Sophia Bush had to withdraw from the production due to medical reasons so Frankie Bridge took over her role.

2:22: A Ghost Story returns to London this summer for a sixth season and will play at the Gielgud from 25 May until 4 August 2024. Keep an eye out for tickets and casting announcements here on the LSBO website. Playing for a strictly limited season.

2:22: A Ghost Story tickets will go on sale soon.

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