Stranded in the middle of nowhere, a group of travellers hear chilling tales of ‘The Ghost Train’ by the station master who warns them of an eerie train which haunts the line and causes death to anyone who witnesses it.
Is there really a phantom train, or are there more sinister, earthly forces at work?
This comedy thriller by renowned Dads Army playwright, Arnold Ridley, played to packed houses in the West End shortly after it was written in 1923, and still continues to terrify audiences who dare buy a ticket to board the ghost train…
The Ghost Train, part of the Classic Thriller Season 2014, is directed by Nicholas Briggs.
10-14 June 2014, Theatre Royal Windsor
28 July-02 August 2014, Theatre Royal Nottingham