Walking With Ghosts (London)
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Walking With Ghosts (London)

Walking With Ghosts (London) London Reviews and Tickets

(3 Ratings)
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Entertaining, Absorbing, Profound, Delightful, Great writing

About the Show

Gabriel Byrne writes & stars in his acclaimed solo show adapted from his best-selling memoir.

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120 Reviews | 12 Followers
Delightful, Absorbing

See it if you like one-person plays, memoirs, and simple but engagine storytelling.

Don't see it if you have a problem with alcoholism and abuse of minors being discussed. Read more

23 Reviews | 5 Followers
Intimate, Entertaining, Resonant, Profound, Great writing

See it if You want to see a great actor live onstage, recounting his life story through poetic storytelling. Must-see if you're a fan of his work.

Don't see it if The topics of alcoholism or abuse of minors are triggering for you. Byrne also used an autocue for prompts which was distracting at times. Read more

2 Reviews | 0 Followers
During previews
Absorbing, Entertaining

See it if Charismatic narrator

Don't see it if No real revelations

Critic Reviews (4)

September 12th, 2022

"Byrne reveals himself as a writer with an eye for detail and the soul of a poet – and as an actor of considerable power and finesse. It's an understated night of theatre, but a rich one."
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Theatre Weekly (UK)
September 9th, 2022

"an exceptional piece of storytelling told through a tour-de-force performance"
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The Arts Desk
September 12th, 2022

"He’s shown a West End audience what we’ve been missing, a performer who can mix the light and the dark, the comic and searingly dramatic, with enormous skill, charisma and grace."
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Time Out London
September 13th, 2022

"It deserves to be: for all its ease of presentation, and very personal reflection on one actor’s life, it more than earns its place on the big stage, and lingers on, provoking thoughts and feelings long after the curtain drops."
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