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Sunday, 23 October 2011

Ghost The Musical - Believe in Love

GHOST THE MUSICAL
"This breathtaking musical staging of one of the most popular films of all time promises to be a gripping roller-coaster ride of romance, drama and excitement. Featuring some of the most extraordinary illusions to be seen live on stage, and of course the iconic love scene featuring “Unchained Melody” by The Righteous Brothers, GHOST is promises to be an unforgettable night at the theatre. "
"GHOST is a timeless fantasy about the power of love. Walking back to their apartment one night, Sam and Molly are mugged, leaving Sam murdered on a dark street. Sam is trapped as a ghost between this world and the next and unable to leave Molly who he learns is in grave danger. Molly is heartbroken and devastated by the thought of never seeing him again. But love is a powerful force and Sam is a lot closer than she thinks. With the help of a phony storefront psychic, Oda Mae Brown - who doesn’t even believe her own powers, Sam faces a supernatural race against time, tries to communicate with Molly in the hope of saving and protecting her, and prove to her that love really does last forever. Maybe he really will get the chance to tell her how much she means to him…"
The Well Known Scene of Ghost (The Film)

"Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Film of 1990, GHOST won numerous awards worldwide and is one of the biggest grossing films in the UK. It starred Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, Tony Goldwyn and Whoopi Goldberg and was directed by Jerry Zucker. Bruce Joel Rubin's script won an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay and Whoopi Goldberg won the Oscar® for Best Actress in a Supporting Role. The film's iconic love scene at a potter's wheel was famously performed to The Righteous Brother's Unchained Melody."
Ghost The Musical at Piccadilly Theatre
Inside The Piccadilly Theatre
"GHOST is directed by Matthew Warchus. Set and costume designs are by Rob Howell, Illusions are by Paul Kieve and Musical Supervisor and Arranger is Christopher Nightingale. Lighting and Sound are by Hugh Vanstone and Bobby Aitken. Jon Driscoll is the Projection Designer and Ashley Wallen is Choreographer."

Ghost The Musical, I would say this this the best musical I've watched so far.

With the already famous film back in 1990, although I don't remember watching the film, but I've probably watched bits of it on the TV when I was young.

The Famous Romantic Scene from The Film

We were lucky we got really good seats! Sat at the quite front of stalls and right in the middle!

Curtain
One of the romantice scene
The musical has a really really good technical visual effects and theatre set up.
It's a modern version of the film.

One of the UNBELIVABLE Scene was that when Sam tried to passing through the door as a ghost, I couldn't belive he became SEE THROUGH!!! Don't know how they've done it! It's amazing!!!

The Psychic Oda Mae Brown

There are some scenes that were really funny~
I really loved the "psychic" character! She's just so, so, funny!

2nd Last Scene of Ghost The Musical
Last Scene of Ghost The Musical
The last scenes were the best! It really made me cry!
I could just feel my tears stream down on both sides of my cheeks non-stop...
So touching, so romantic, but sad...
Even when everyone stand up to applause, my tears didn't stop.

The main actor Sam and actress Molly they looked really sweet, even after the show, they still have arms around each other's waist.

GHOST THE MUSICAL
Ghost The Musical at Piccadilly Theatre

The musical was so good, that I ended up buying the Original Cast Recording CD and the T-shirt.

Original Cast Recording CD and the T-shirt
Memorable Night






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