A round-up of interviews with pop singer Cheryl, ahead of her West End debut in thriller 2:22 A Ghost Story at the Lyric Theatre in London.
Cheryl stars as Jenny in the play, a departure from her career as a pop singer, former member of Girls Aloud, and a judge on the X Factor.
The reviews are largely positive for her stage debut, in which Cheryl appears with Jake Wood (EastEnders) as Ben, Scott Karim (The Invisible Hand) as Sam and Louise Ford (Crashing, The Windsors) as Lauren.
The supernatural thriller is written by Danny Robins and directed by Matthew Dunster, and plays at the Lyric Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue until 23 April 2023.
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Spooky thriller 2:22 A Ghost Story has been a smash hit in the West End thanks to star performances from Lily Allen and Laura Whitmore. Now, Cheryl is stepping into the role of Jenny, telling Sky News the theatre was a natural progression from her pop star roots.
Singer Cheryl says she has a “healthy amount of nerves” about making her West End debut.
Pop star and former X Factor judge Cheryl is preparing to take on a new role as a leading West End lady.
BBC London went to ask her how she’s finding moving from music to theatre.
Chart topping singer turned West End star – Cheryl on making her acting debut
The former Girls Aloud singer plays Jenny in the play 2:22 A Ghost Story – taking over from former Love Island host, Laura Whitmore.
As she prepares to take on ‘2:22 A Ghost Story’, the pop star and ‘X Factor’ judge talks to Nick Levine about loss, music and Simon Cowell