Published on February 1st, 2016 | by admin

Ghost Stories – Australian National Tour

It horrified London, petrified Sydney and now this haunting thriller is coming for you.

Seen by over half a million people worldwide, Ghost Stories is a truly terrifying theatrical experience that will make you laugh and scream in equal measures. Not for the faint hearted, Ghost Stories will tour Geelong, Adelaide, Melbourne, Wagga Wagga, Canberra and Perth from

Thursday 14 July to Sunday 2 October 2016.

Written by the masters of the macabre, Jeremy Dyson (The League of Gentleman) and Andy Nyman (star of ‘Death at a Funeral’ & writer of the Derren Brown shows); Ghost Stories combines the very best of live theatre with all the thrills of a great horror film. Despite being blood and gore free, this 80-minute drama will take you on a chilling journey that you’ll never forget.

Ghost Stories was originally produced by the Liverpool Playhouse & Lyric Hammersmith (UK) before transferring to London’s West End. This production has since been spooking theatregoers in Toronto, Moscow and Sydney, and it’s time for the rest of Australia to laugh and scream in equal measures.

One of ‘Ghost Stories’ most remarkable achievements, is that despite over half a million people seeing the play, details of its plot and storyline are shrouded in secrecy. There’s only one way to know what it’s about…and that is to see it for yourself.

Disclaimer: Ghost Stories contains moments of extreme shock and tension. The play is unsuitable for anyone under the age of 13. We strongly advise those of a nervous disposition and pregnant women carefully consider their decision to attend.

Tickets on sale now (Canberra on sale from the 8th February).

‘Ghost Stories puts you on the edge of your seat, then tantalisingly beckons you closer, unveiling slowly and with great spooky artistry a phantasmagorical tale of terror.’ – The Music

“A hugely entertaining night out in whichʼll be constantlyyou

caught off guard…

So take the dare

— if you dare.” The Daily Telegraph

“Popcorn jolting.” – Sydney Morning Herald

“Light relief mixed with chills and thrills.” – Sydney Arts Guide

“The warning in the media release and the playʼs description that says this is not for the faint hearted should not be taken lightly.” Broadway World




Thursday 14

July – Saturday 17 July

GEELONG Performing Arts Centre

Thursday 21

July – Saturday 23 July

ADELAIDE Festival Centre

Tuesday 26

July – Saturday 6 August

MELBOURNE National Theatre

Tuesday 12

August – Saturday 13 August

WAGGA WAGGA Civic Centre

Thursday 18

August – Saturday 20 August

CANBERRA Theatre Centre

Friday 19 September – Sunday 2 October

PERTH Health Ledger Theatre

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