Tom Felton has been having a ball in 2:22 – A Ghost Story (Picture: Getty)
Tom Felton has celebrated taking part in West End stage show 2:22 – A Ghost Story as it celebrated its one-year anniversary.
Tom took to Instagram to share a photo of him with the rest of the cast and large gold foil balloons spelling out ‘100’ as he looked back on the past 100 shows.
He told his followers: ‘We clocked our 100th show this week…and the 1 year anniversary of @222aghoststory opening in London.
‘I am so proud to be a part of this production , i’ve even prouder of the all the company back stage & front of house that make every night happen.
‘Best of all , I get the privilege to share the stage with these lovely fellows every single night – I’ve loved every minute.’
Tom celebrated 100 shows (Picture: Instagram)
Written by Danny Robins and directed by Matthew Dunster, 2:22 – A Ghost Story follows Jenny, played by Doctor Who star Mandip Gill, who believes her new home is haunted, while her husband Sam – played by Tom – is skeptical about the existence of the supernatural.
Tom recently revealed that it was his Harry Potter co-star Matthew Lewis who encouraged him to do a stint treading the boards.
He’s loving treading the boards (Picture: Nicky J Sims/Getty Images)
Matthew had told him to ‘embrace the madness’ of the West End after Tom reached out to him and Daniel Radcliffe for advice ahead of his theatre debut.
Tom also recently told Metro.co.uk that he was responsible for skateboards being banned from the set of Harry Potter.
He explained: ‘They did have a rather stringent rule on me skateboarding around set – apparently it’s dangerous and me breaking my leg amid the film would not have satisfied Warner Brothers too much and everyone who made the film.
‘So we had a slight curfew on things like skateboards and skiing, stuff like that – but it’s a small price to pay.’
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