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What to expect
After a brilliant sold-out show in Dublin, the West End debut of 'Walking With Ghosts' is here for a highly recommended solo show by Gabriel Byrne. The show by Gabriel Byrne is adapted from the best-selling memoir and is directed by Lonny Price, the three-time Emmy Award-winner. Gabriel Byrne is a king of his craft and he is here to master the audiences of London with the finest performance. Enjoy both heartbreaking and hilarious parts of the story by the writer, from childhood recollections in Ireland, to Hollywood and Broadway stardom tales. It is a lyrical homage to the stories that finally shape everyone's destinies. Presented by Lovano and Landmark Productions, enjoy the performance of 'Walking With Ghosts' in London. Book 'Walking With Ghosts' tickets now.
About 'Walking with Ghosts'
What is 'Walking with Ghosts' about?
'Walking With Ghosts' is a solo show from the talented, award-winning actor, based on his own best-selling memoir. It is the West End debut of the show by Gabriel Byrne, who tells you his story in his own words. Do not miss him live, as he is performing only 15 shows.
Gabriel Byrne was born and brought up just outside of Dublin, Ireland, and enjoyed his life escaping into the imaginative world of nature outside his house. This show recollects his stories of a childhood spent in Ireland, that is very different from today. There is also commentary about him and his Hollywood and Broadway stardom.
The recollections are both funny and heartbreaking. 'Walking With Ghosts' is a lyrical ode to the places and people that come together to create our destinies.
Adult themes and strong language are present in the performance. Lonny Price is the director of the show in London, along with Joan O'Clery at the helm of costume design.
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What age is 'Walking with Ghosts' suitable for?
Parents' discretion is advised for the show as adult themes and strong language are used.
The show is recommended for ages 12+.
How long is the show?
The duration of the show is two hours and 30 minutes. It includes an interval of 15 minutes.
Who is the team behind 'Walking with Ghosts'?
Lonny Price is the director of the story by the writer, Gabriel Byrne. Lonny Price is a three-time Emmy Award-winner known for 'Sunset Boulevard', 'Company', and 'Sweeney Todd'.
The creative team of the Landmark Production also includes Sinéad Diskin as the sound designer and composer, Sinéad McKenna does the set and lighting design, Joan O'Clery is the costume designer, and Matt Cowart is the associate director.
The show is based on the memoir written by Gabriel Byrne.
Who is in the London cast of 'Walking with Ghosts'?
Gabriel Byrne is the performer of this show based on his own memoir. Enjoy the show at Apollo Theatre in London.
Byrne has many theatre credits to his name. Some popular Broadway productions of Gabriel Byrne's include 'Long Day's Journey Into Night' and 'A Moon For The Misbegotten'. His film credits include 'Excalibur', 'The 33', and 'Hereditary'.
Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs
Where is 'Walking with Ghosts' being performed?
The address of the show is Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Ave, Soho, London W1D 7EZ.
How do I get to the Apollo Theatre?
The A4 will take you to the destination in the shortest possible time.
Piccadilly Circus is the nearest tube station to the destination. It takes around two minutes to reach the theatre from the tube station. Leicester Square tube station is also nearby.
Charing Cross is the nearest train station. It is around 10 minutes away from the destination.
You can also choose to take the bus to the destination, as there are buses running throughout the day and night.
Where can I park near the Apollo Theatre?
Brewer Street car park is the nearest parking area to the destination.
Where are the toilet facilities at the Apollo Theatre?
There are male and female toilets on all levels of the theatre.
Accessible toilets are also found inside the theatre near the stalls.
Is the Apollo Theatre accessible?
The main foyer of the theatre is a single step above street level. There is an accessible entrance in Shaftesbury Avenue from where you can access the lift. Wheelchair users can use this lift to move to all levels of the building.
Where can I eat nearby?
Some popular recommendations are Wasabi, Caffe Concerto, and Fratelli La Bufala.