Tom Felton, A Star of Harry Potter, makes his West End debut in a ghost story.

Tom Felton, the actor who played Harry Potter in the Harry Potter films, makes his West End debut, 28 years after his previous appearance on stage.
The actor will appear in 2.22 – A Ghost Story at the Criterion Theatre, where he played Draco Malfoy in the popular flicks.
“I’m ecstatic about getting to play in 2:22,” he remarked. At the age of six, I began performing in a local theatre organization, and I haven’t acted since.
“I enjoy the play; I’ve taken every one of my family to watch it, and they all leave smiling.” I’m ecstatic to be a member of this summer’s cast and am looking forward to it.”
This is the show’s third cast, with Felton portraying Sam, whose wife, played by Doctor Who actor Mandip Gill, believes their new home is haunted.

Gill takes over the role played by Lily Allen, previously portrayed by Giovanna Fletcher.

The musical, created by Danny Robins, has already been performed to sold-out crowds at the Noel Coward Theatre and the Gielgud Theatre, and it will begin its latest run on May 7 and continue through September 4.

“Planning our third iteration of 2:22 has been just as thrilling as the first two; working with Danny, Isabel Mar, and our fantastic casting directors to re-imagine the characters once more,” director Matthew Dunster stated.

“Its was such an honor to be able to do that and to know that people are anticipating ‘who’s next?'” We have a fantastic cast full of surprises, excitement, and West End debuts. This show is well-liked by viewers, and we like producing it.”

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