Do You Believe in Ghosts? Tickets

Adelphi Theatre, London
31 October 2023
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For one night only at the West End’s Adelphi Theatre

Theatres are alive. They all have stories to tell when the lights go out. And they all have a theatre ghost.

This brand new theatrical concept offers a hauntingly good night at the theatre: an original play unlike anything you’ve ever seen or experienced before…. a new way of telling ghost stories.

Settle in for a thrilling night of tales, mystery, murder – and ghosts, as our “paranormal experts” tell the most fascinating ghost stories.

But something seems off. Not quite right. So follow the clues and brace yourself for a haunting night of theatre.

We dare you!

Do You Believe in Ghosts? is playing at the Adelphi Theatre on 31 October 2023.

Show Information

Performance dates
31 October 2023
Age restrictions
This production is recommended for ages 18+
Running time
2 hours 10 minutes

Important Notes

Content guidance:

Contains flashing lights

Venue Information

Adelphi Theatre, Strand, London, WC2E 7NA
Nearest Tube or Train: Covent Garden (Piccadilly line), Charing Cross (Northern line, Bakerloo line), Embankment (Northern line, Bakerloo line, District line, Circle line)
Nearest Buses: 6, 9, 11,13, 15, 23, 77A, 91, 139, 176

Ticket Information

Official London Theatre tickets for  Do You Believe in Ghosts? at the Adelphi Theatre, London

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New thriller Do You Believe in Ghosts? to play at the Adelphi Theatre in London
New thriller Do You Believe in Ghosts? will receive its West End premiere at London's Adelphi Theatre on Halloween, 31 October 2023. Playing for one-night only, Do You Believe in Ghosts? has enough chills and shocks to convince even the most die hard sceptic! Packed with stories of things that go bump in the night - or the day - and things that just don’t add up, ‘Do You Believe in Ghosts?’ is billed as a show unlike any other ghost story you may have seen or experienced before in a theatre. Producer James Taylor, who co-created ‘Do You Believe in Ghosts?’ with award-winning writer and director Julian Woolford, said: “Every theatre has at least one ghost - including the Adelphi. In Do You Believe in Ghosts? we promise to raise the hairs on your arms and send chills down the back of your neck. . . Join us for a dark night... we dare you!” The show is part of a major West End season of 8 shows at the Adelphi by producers Entertainers, including the world premiere of The Makings of a Murderer on Tuesday 18 April, Sweet Caroline The Ultimate Tribute to Neil Diamond (Tuesday 6 June), Lost in Music (Tuesday 13 June), Fast Love - A Tribute to George Michael (Tuesday 20 June), 80s Live! (Tuesday 18 July), Legend - The Music of Bob Marley (Tuesday 19 September) and An Evening of Burlesque (Tuesday 10 October).  Detective David Swindle in The Makings of a Murderer In The Makings of a Murder, Scottish detective David Swindle presents a chilling, thrilling, night at the theatre as he explores famous murder cases from the detective’s perspective - and the clues behind The Makings of a Murderer. Hear about the Britain’s most infamous serial killers, including Jack the Ripper, Peter Tobin, Harold Shipman, Peter Sutcliffe and the ‘killer couples’ – Fred & Rose West and Moors Murderers Ian Brady & Myra Hindley.  The show is currently on a 100-date UK tour. Shows Do You Believe in Ghosts? and The Makings of a Murderer mark a move away from music to scripted theatrical productions, and they will both make their West End debut at the Adelphi Theatre in 2023. Book tickets to Do You Believe in Ghosts? at the Adelphi Theatre in London

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