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Ghost the Musical
The dazzling new musical Ghost ,based on the phenomenal Oscar winning Paramount Pictures film starring Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore and Whoopi Goldberg is a timeless fantasy about the power of love.
Ghost the musical is the story of Sam and Molly, who walking back to their apartment one night, are mugged, leaving Sam murdered on a dark street. Sam is trapped as a ghost between this world and the next and unable to leave Molly who he learns is in grave danger. With the help of a phony storefront psychic, Oda Mae Brown, Sam tries to communicate with Molly in the hope of saving and protecting her.
Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Film of 1990, Ghost won numerous awards worldwide and is one of the biggest grossing films in the UK.
The Ghost show features stunning new music and lyrics by Grammy Award-winning legends Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) and Glen Ballard (writer of Michael Jackson's Man In The Mirror), and also includes the unforgettable Unchained Melody.
The Ghost theatre London is the Piccadilly Theatre and the show is directed by Matthew Warchus, has set and costume designs by Rob Howell, illusions are by Paul Kieve and the Musical Supervisor and Arranger is Christopher Nightingale.
After originating their roles in the UK production Caissie Levy and Richard Fleeshman have now transferred to the Broadway Production. Their roles in the London production are now taken by Siobhan Dillon and Mark Evans who join Sharon D Clarke as Oda Mae Brown and Andrew Langtree as Carl.
Ghost the Musical won three 2012 Whatsonstage.com Awards - Best Actor in a Musical (Richard Fleeshman), Best Set Designer (Rob Howell) and Best Lighting Design (Hugh Vanstone).
Book your Ghost the Musical tickets today for this magical night!
Michael Coveney - 19 July 2011
There are moments in the 1990 film of Ghost when music is undoubtedly called for: crop-haired, gamine, sexy Demi Moore’s face filling with tears just doesn’t seem enough to express the pain of losing her lover. And Patrick Swayze’s “real life” death two years ago has only made things worse. He really is untouchable.
I’m not sure Ghost the Musical supplies what’s missing to a sufficient degree: the Righteous Brothers’ version of “Unchained Melody,” so cheesily overwhelming in the movie, is at first simply and unfussily delivered by Richard Fleeshman in the Swayze role of clean-cut banker Sam Wheat.
But with book and lyrics by Ghost screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin, and music and lyrics by Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics and the record producer and arranger Glen Ballard, we do at least have an utterly faithful rendition of the film’s narrative and a couple of strongly bui...
Latest User Review
Rachel - 30 June 2012:
Saw Ghost today - I loved it. I went expecting a wonderful afternoon of entertainment and that is what I got - can't really fault it. I liked the film, but loved the musical. I guess the one thing missing is the one big memorable hit tune...but for me that didn't matter. I blubbed at the end and gave them a standing ovation. From Row A I still couldn't see how some of the effects were done. My review isn't based on anything technical, just pure enjoyment factor and for that I give it 5 stars!...
Siobhan Dillon (Molly Jensen)
Mark Evans (Sam Wheat)
Sharon D Clarke (Oda Mae Brown)
Andrew Langtree (Carl Bruner)
Ivan de Freitas (Willie Lopez)
Craig Stein (Subway Ghost)
Ashley Knight (Hospital Ghost)
Lisa Davina Phillip (Clara)
Jenny Fitzpatrick (Louise)
Dave Stewart (Music)
Glen Ballard (from the film by Bruce Joel Rubin) (Music)
Bruce Joel Rubin (Adaptation)
David Garfinkle (or New York's Hello Entertaiment) (Producer)
Colin Ingram (in association with Paramount Pictures) (Producer)
Matthew Warchus (Director)
Rob Howell (Design)
Rob Howell (Costume)
Teese Gohl (musical supervisor) (Music)
Christopher Nightingale (musical supervisor) (Music)