Image: King's Head Theatre
The same Islington house, at two time periods, with five actors playing two different but connected roles.
In 1936, approaching WW2, Ian, the young master, is in love with the butler, Leonard.
Eddie, an older friend of the family, seduces Ian but appears to be paying court to Lady Millicent.
Henry, Millicent's jealous and too young suiter plays a desperate hand.
In 2016 the young master is a ghost, haunting the lives and splitting the relationship of Edward and Alex.
Edward introduces Lenny, a young man he's picked up.
The mischievous ghost perceives a great likeness between Lenny and his long gone love.
Nita, Alex's sister, is a manic yummy mummy putting her foot in the few places left undamaged by the ghost.
Meanwhile, the dreaded Referendum approaches.
Ghost About the House is a hilarious, sexy, haunting gay play combining witty period dialogue, modern relationships and our current political uncertainty.
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London N1 1QN
Performance days & times
Tuesday ‑ 8‑45pm
Wednesday ‑ 8‑45pm
Thursday ‑ 8‑45pm
Friday ‑ 8‑45pm
Saturday ‑ 8‑45pm
Joshua Glenister - Ghost / Ian
Timothy Blore - Alex / Henry
Sioned Jones - Lady Millicent / Nita
Matt Gibbs - Richard / Eddie
Joe Wiltshire Smith - Owen / Lenoard
Author: Matthew Campling
Director: Scott le Crass
Production: CamplingHicks Productions