Born and raised in Newcastle upon Tyne, Cheryl rose to fame as one of five members of the group Girls Aloud. While still in the group, she began a solo career and released four albums – 3 Words, Messy Little Raindrops, A Million Lights and Only Human. Collectively, the albums included ten singles, five of which reached number 1 in the UK. Cheryl was the first British female solo artist to have five number-one singles in the UK.
Cheryl became a judge on The X Factor in 2008. She mentored two of the eventual winners of the competition (Alexandra Burke and Joe Mcelderry), Cheryl was also a judge on BBC’s The Greatest Dancer.
Cheryl has become a recognised and photographed style icon. She has been photographed for the covers of Vogue, Elle and Harper’s Bazaar.
BEN HUGO CHEGWIN
Hugo Chegwin is one of the creators and actors of BAFTA award winning People Just Do Nothing for the BBC. Hugo recently starred as the lead in Sneakerhead for UKTV/Dave as well as the hit series The Curse for Channel 4. In film, Hugo can most recently be seen in People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan. Hugo is an Ivor Novello award winning music producer who has worked with Emeli Sande, Sam Smith, Mary J Blige, Maverick Sabre.
LAUREN LOUISE FORD
Louise plays Kate Middleton in Channel 4’s breakout comedy The Windsors (Channel 4). Her past TV credits include Crashing (written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge/Netflix), Horrible Histories (BBC), Misfits (E4), We Hate Paul Revere (AMC), In The Flesh (BBC), Teaboys (Tiger Aspect/BBC3), The Ministry of Curious Stuff (CBBC), Doc Martin (Buffalo Pictures/ITV), My Almost Famous Family (BBC), Law and Order UK (Kudos/ITV) and Chickens (Big Talk/Sky). Louise has created, produced and starred in a number of sell out shows in Edinburgh including Cariad and Louise’s Character Hour, Jenny Fawcett, Ford and Akrams Bamp, and Ford and Akrams Humdinger. Other theatre work includes: The Watsons (Chichester Festival Theatre/Menier Chocolate Factory), Orson’s Shadow (Southwark Playhouse), Knight of the Burning Pestle (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse), Quatermaine’s Terms (Wyndham’s Theatre), Amphibians (Bridewell Theatre/Offstage Theatre), The Bible and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare’s Globe), Calais (Paines Plough), All the Little Things We Crushed (Almeida Theatre), Timing (King’s Head Theatre), A Christmas Carol (Rose Theatre, Kingston) and War and Peace (Shared Experience Tour and Hampstead Theatre).
SAM SCOTT KARIM
Most recently Scott received great reviews for his performance in CHASING HARES at the Young Vic, directed by Milli Bhatia. His other stage credits also include THE INVISIBLE HAND at the Kiln Theatre; DARA, GREAT BRITAIN and OTHELLO for the National Theatre; OKLAHOMA! and THE COUNTRY WIFE for Chichester Festival Theatre; THE ARRIVAL and THE INVISIBLE for the Bush Theatre; THE VILLAGE at Theatre Royal Stratford East; and YOUNG MARX at the Bridge Theatre.
On the small screen, Scott can currently be seen in HALO for Paramount+. His other television credits include DRACULA and THE DUMPING GROUND for the BBC; THE GREAT for Hulu; Channel 4’s ELECTRIC DREAMS: CRAZY DIAMOND; and BRITANNIA for Sky.
Following three record-breaking seasons at the Noël Coward, Gielgud and Criterion Theatres, this critically acclaimed new play has become London’s must-see theatre event.
2:22- A Ghost Story is written by award-winning writer Danny Robins, creator of the hit BBC podcast The Battersea Poltergeist, and is directed by Matthew Dunster. Brilliantly funny and intriguing; 2:22 A Ghost Story is an adrenaline-filled night where secrets emerge and ghosts may or may not appear. What do you believe? And do you dare discover the truth?
Jenny believes her new home is haunted, but her husband Sam isn’t having any of it. They argue with their first dinner guests, old friend Lauren and new partner Ben. Can the dead really walk again? Belief and scepticism clash, but something feels strange and frightening, and that something is getting closer. So they’re going to stay up until 2:22….and then they’ll know.
Trailer shows previous cast.