Despite giving its closing notice in both London and Broadway, Ghost the Musical still proves to be one of London’s most popular musicals. The show has received good critical feedback and has earned an army of loyal fans who are keen to keep the spirit of the show alive long after it has been exorcised from the West End. The influx of visitors to London due to the Olympics has made many shows offer fantastic discounts on shows such as Ghost to allow audiences to see them at a special Olympic themed price.

Ghost the Musical are currently offering some fantastic discounts towards the end of their West End run, which has lasted just over a year:

Olympic Special Offers for Ghost the Musical

 

  • Was £25.00 NOW £20.12 (Valid Monday to Friday performances until 14th September)
  • Was £45.00 NOW £28.50 (Valid Monday to Friday performances from 1st August to 8th September)
  • Was £65.00 NOW £38.50 (Valid Monday to Friday performances from 1st August to 8th September)
Ghost the Musical opened in the West End on 19 July 2011 and starred Richard Fleeshman and Cassie Levy as Sam and Molly, supported by Sharon D Clarke as Ode Mae Brown. As the show transferred to Broadway in April 2012, original cast members Fleeshman and Levy reprised their roles at the Lunt Fontaine Theatre but the show received mixed to bad reviews, picking up no awards and posting closing notice after only 136 performances.
Mark Evans and Siobhan Dillon will star in the show until it closes at the Piccadilly Theatre on 6th October 2012.
Other established musicals are also celebrating the 2012 Olympics with similar price policies, with many selling tickets for £20.12 or taking £20.12 off the price of top priced seats, meaning you can see a show this summer at a fantastic saving.