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Jaime Winstone, Ricky Champ replace Cheryl Cole, Jake Wood in 2:22 A Ghost Story

Jaime Winstone, Ricky Champ replace Cheryl Cole, Jake Wood in 2:22 A Ghost Story
Acclaimed play 2:22 A Ghost Story reveals Jaime Winstone and Ricky Champ among the new leads as part of its latest cast change.

Jaime Winstone will replace Cheryl Cole in 2:22 A Ghost Story next month, it has been announced.

The acclaimed West End play is changing all four leads as part of its latest cast changeover, with former EastEnders star Ricky Champ (Stuart) taking over from former EastEnders star Jake Wood (Max).

One Tree Hill's Sophia Bush replaces Louise Ford, while McMafia star Clifford Samuel takes over from Scott Karim.

"I am elated to be joining this wonderful cast in 2:22 A Ghost Story!" said Bush.

"For this revered production to be my West End debut is a dream come true for me. One that I can't wait to share with live audiences in the UK.

"We're deep in rehearsals now and there is just nothing like the energy and comradery of the theatre community."

The current cast continue at the Lyric until April 23, with the new cast taking over at the Apollo on May 14 for an 18-week run.

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