Presented by Artemis Studios Performing Art School
A small group of London teens break into a dead tube station – closed up since the late 40’s. The station is a dark time capsule, unchanged and boarded up with commuters passing through on trains unknowingly every day. But things take a strange turn when they film the quiet platform. As they look through the view screens on their phones they can see children in school uniforms, dancing girls, soldiers, nurses and more!
Over days of filming they realise the children and adults they are seeing are about to fall victim to a disaster, when dozens of people will be killed in a dreadful accident on the platform. Can they find a way to reach into the past and speak to the people they can hear and see so clearly? Can they change history?
Featuring sing-a-long popular songs from the 40’s such as ‘Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy’ and ‘Chattanooga Choo Choo’. Presented by performing arts students and adults from Artemis Studios, this is a roller coaster story with laughter, tears and some toe tapping songs!
Audience feedback for the 2013 production of Ghost Station at the Kenton Theatre:
“The writing is brilliant, the images protrayed onto the backdrop were well chosen…It was a pleasure to see the show, but was also a very moving experience”. Nancy Bartlett
5* S Stanton
“You made me cry! Such an amazing cast” S Cameron
Suitable for children of all ages
Tickets: Adult £13.50, Senior, Child £12
(Price includes £1 theatre restoration levy)
Running time 130 minutes
An amateur production