Tom Felton as Sam - 2.22 A Ghost Story

2:22 – A Ghost Story starring Tom Felton – first look photos

Production images are in for the new cast of 2:22 – A Ghost Story starring Tom Felton.

Back by popular demand, this spine-tingling supernatural thriller also features Mandip Gill, Beatriz Romilly and Sam Swainsbury.

Felton, best known for his breakthrough performance as ‘Draco Malfoy’ in the Harry Potter series of films, plays the role of Sam with former Doctor Who companion and Hollyoaks actress Mandip Gill playing his wife Jenny.

Beatriz Romilly (Assassin’s Creed ValhallaFinal Fantasy XIV: ShadowbringersWar of the Worlds) plays their old friend Lauren, with Sam Swainsbury (Mum, Fisherman’s Friends) cast as her new boyfriend, Ben.

This edge-of-your-seat thriller, written by award-winning writer Danny Robins (The Battersea Poltergeist), is set at a dinner party thrown by married couple Jenny and Sam for their old friend Laura and her new partner Ben. Jenny thinks their new house is haunted but Sam isn’t having any of it. Can the dead really walk again? Belief and scepticism clash, but something feels strange and frightening, and that something is getting closer, so they’re going to stay up… until 2:22… and then they’ll know.

The hit production is now on its third run, playing at the Criterion Theatre with previous runs at the Noel Coward and Gielgud Theatre. Previous cast members include Lily Allen, Julia Chan, Hadley Fraser and Jake Wood with the second cast featuring Stephanie Beatriz, James Buckley, Elliot Cowan and Giovanna Fletcher.

Book tickets to 2:22 – A Ghost Story at the Criterion Theatre in London

2:22 – A Ghost Story runs until 4 September 2022 at the Criterion Theatre, London

2:22 A Ghost Story

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📷 Main photo: Tom Felton as Sam - 2.22 A Ghost Story - photo by Johan Persson

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