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Ghost the Musical at King's Theatre, Glasgow

Published by: Cameron Lowe on 3rd Oct 2013 | View all blogs by Cameron Lowe

Review by Christopher Lowe for UK Theatre Network

Ghost the Musical
 takes the soul of the original film and brings it to life on stage with stunning special effects. The show has set a new benchmark for the use of digital projection in theatre.

Ghost the Musical

With seamless set transitions and mesmerising special effects this show is not one to miss out on!

Stewart Clarke and Rebecca Trehearn capture the love, passion and joy of Sam and Molly as they move into their new apartment overlooking the busy streets of New York.

Sam and Molly, Ghost the Musical

The story follows the main plot of the iconic 1990 film. Sam is working as an investment banker and Molly as a potter. Their life is almost perfect until they become the victims of a mugging and Sam is tragically killed defending Molly. Unable to leave the world until Molly is safe from the men behind the mugging Sam asks for the help of a reluctant psychic (played by Wendy Mae Brown) so that he can communicate with his grieving partner.

Wendy Mae Brown gained the biggest laughs of the evening. Her comedic performance had the audience in stitches from start to finish.  It is impossible not to love her!

The musical numbers from the pen of Eurythmics legend, Dave Stewart, are big production pieces with seamless and fluid transitions accompanied by a powerful orchestra led by David Rose that really sets the tone and standard for the show.

Impressive Effects - Ghost the Musical

Ghost the Musical is a must see! It is the most visually impressive show I have ever seen but it also packs an emotional punch that does not leave a dry eye in the house.


Tuesday 1 - Saturday 19 October                    

Mon – Sat eves 7.30pm

Wed & Sat mats 2.30pm

Tickets: £10 - £39.50

0844 871 7648 (bkg fee)



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