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GHOST THE MUSICAL TOUR

tour of ghost the musicalBill Kenwright is again producing a tour of the musical Ghost next year. The show originally ranĀ  at the Piccadilly Theatre from June 2011 to October 2012 and then toured the UK in 2014 and 2017

Ghost is a story all about the power of love. Couple Sam and Molly (played in the film by the late Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore) are mugged one night on the way home to their apartment and Sam dies on the dark street. He becomes trapped as a ghost between this world and the next, unable to leave Molly who he learns is in grave danger. With the help of a phoney psychic, Oda Mae Brown (played in the film by Whoopi Goldberg), he tries to communicate with Molly in the hope of saving and protecting her.

It has the very moving and intimate scene that everyone remembers with Molly at her potter's wheel with Sam appearing as a ghost and helping her throw a pot to the background music of The Righteous Brothers' Unchained Melody.

Bruce Joel Rubin had adapted his screenplay for the stage and new music and lyrics have been provided by Grammy Award winners Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) and Glen Ballard: writer of Michael Jackson's Man In The Mirror and producer of artists including Michael Jackson, Aerosmith, Van Halen and Alanis Morissette.

Casting news to far is that Niall Sheehy is playing Sam Wheat, Rebekah Lowings is Molly, Jacqui Dubois will play Oda Mae with Sergio Pasquariello as Carl and Jules Brown as Willie Lopez with James Earl Adair/Hospital Ghost , Lovonne Jahzev/Subway Ghost, Patrick Richards/Zeus, Jochebel Ohene MacCarthy/Louise, Sadie Jean-Shirley/Clara, with Josh Andrews/Detective Biederman Samantha Noel/Officer Wallace, Charlotte Kate Warren/Mrs Santiago , Kage Douglas/Orlando, Chanelle Anthony/Ortisha and Michael Ward/Robert.

Below are the dates we have so far with more to follow

Bromley Churchill
8-12 January 2019
Sheffield Lyceum
15-19 January
Wolves Grand
22-26 January
Leicester Curve
29 January-2 February
Woking New Victoria
5 - 9 February
Derry Millennium Forum
12-16 February
Brighton Theatre Royal
19-23 February
Edinburgh Fesrival Theatre
26 February-2 March
Chester Storyhouse
4 - 9 March
Sunderland Empire
12-16 March
Cardiff New
19-23 March
Glasgow King's
25-30 March
Carlisle Sands Centre
2-6 April
Belfast Grand Opera House
9-13 April
Manchester Palace
16-20 April
Liverpool Empire
22-27 April
Bradford Alhambra
30 April - 4 May