The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, the musical adaptation of Sue Townsend’s novel, is set to transfer to the West End’s Ambassadors Theatre London.
The musical is set in 1980s Leicester, we follow the daily dramas and misadventures of Adrian’s adolescent life. With dysfunctional parents, ungrateful elders, a growing debt to school bully Barry Kent and an unruly pimple on his chin, life is hard for a misunderstood intellectual who is only 13 3/4. To top it off, when new girl Pandora joins the class and captures his heart, his best friend Nigel steals hers. Can Adrian win her love and escape from his chaotic family life?
Ghost Stories Tickets
Ghost Stories returns to the West End following its successful revival at the Lyric Hammersmith with a run at the Ambassadors Theatre box office this October.
Ghost Stories will be spooking the stalls once again as Professor of Parapsychology Phillip Goodman who recites the three mysterious cases he has encountered during his research that he just cannot explain.
The play, which opened in Liverpool in 2010 before transferring to the Lyric, has played theWest End twice before, with runs at the Duke of York’s and Arts Theatres. Ghost Stories was also adapted for the big screen in 2017, with Nyman himself starring alongside Alex Lawther, Martin Freeman and Paul Whitehouse. Ambassadors Theatre London Seating Plan
The auditorium has two levels – Stalls and Dress Circle. Whilst an intimate space, there are a couple of obstacles patrons may wish to be aware of.
In the Stalls, the rake of the seating becomes obvious from Row E and is quite a sharp rake, but the last two rows are set lower than those in front. The overhang of the Dress Circle affects the view from Row M.
The Dress Circle is not affected by an overhang, but the legroom on this level is not ideal.