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2:22 A Ghost Story extends for 18 weeks – Cast TBA

2:22 A Ghost Story The premier took place at the Noel Coward theatre in summer 2021 before moving to the Gielgud in December 2021, where it ran until February 2022. Now the super-spooky smash hit 2.22 - A Ghost Story is extending its current run at the Criterion for a strictly limited 18-week fourth season, on stage until 8th January 2023. The show enjoys its first Halloween performance on Monday 31st October 2022.

Who’s involved in 2:22 A Ghost Story?

The extension gives you lots more opportunity to scare yourself silly. The cast for the extended run at the Criterion theatre will be announced soon. The US premier takes place in LA this autumn. As the Evening Standard says, this is a ‘great spine-tingling night out’. No wonder Danny Robbins, the show’s writer, is thrilled. Will you spot the clues you need to unlock the mystery in this brilliantly funny and intriguing play?

  • 2:22 is written by award-winning writer Danny Robins, the creator of the brilliant BBC podcast The Battersea Poltergeist
  • The show is directed by Matthew Dunster
  • Co-direction is by Isabel Marr
  • The current cast at the Criterion Theatre features Tom Felton as Sam, Mandip Gill as Jenny, Beatriz Romilly as Lauren and Sam Swainsbury as Ben.
  • Cast details for the extended run will be announced soon
  • 2:22 - A Ghost Story features set design by Anna Fleischle, costume design by Cindy Lin, lighting design by Lucy Carter, sound by Ian Dickinson for Autograph Sound, casting by Jessica Ronane CDG, and illusions by Chris Fisher
  • 2:22 - A Ghost Story is produced by Tristan Baker and Charlie Parsons for Runaway Entertainment, Isobel David and Kater Gordon

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About the Criterion Theatre

The Criterion Theatre is managed by the venue’s Trust, with all profits put back into the running and care of this lovely old venue. The work includes restoring the Grade II listed theatre itself, and making the whole place more environmentally sustainable. Past shows at the Criterion Theatre include comedy delights from the Reduced Shakespeare Company from 1996 to 2005, plus big name productions like The 39 Steps and The Comedy About A Bank Robbery.