The movie ‘Ghost’ has proven to be one of cinema’s biggest all-time hits - and now the tragic love story is set to be re-told in front of adoring fans again.

Starring the late Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore and Whoopi Goldberg, Ghost was the highest grossing film of 1990 and won an Oscar for screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin who has adapted his screenplay for this musical.

And the international smash hit is coming to the stage in Bucks, with a show planned at the Wycombe Swan in High Wycombe for a week in November.

Walking back to their apartment late one night, a tragic encounter sees Sam murdered and his beloved girlfriend Molly alone, in despair and utterly lost.

But with the help of a phony store-front psychic, Sam, trapped between this world and the next, tries to communicate with Molly in the hope of saving her from grave danger.

And if you are wondering how well the acclaimed movie translates to a stage in front of live audiences, the reviews speak for themselves.

The Evening Times said: “Even more spectacular than the original film... one of the best.”

The Gazette said: “A roaring success. The house was brought down with thunderous applause.”

And the Chichester Observer added “A fresh and vibrant new stage version, packing supernatural punch with plenty of charm... thoroughly enjoyable.”

It is now 30 years since Ghost was released as a film by Paramount Pictures in July 1990, but it has stood the test of time and is a fan favourite to this day.

It initially received mixed reviews from the critics but went on to be a huge success at the box office, grossing more than $505 million.

It has picked up a string of awards, including two Academy awards for best screenplay and best supporting actress for Whoopi Goldberg, a British Academy Film Award and a Golden Globe.

It’s theatre adaption - a Bill Kenwright production - will come to the Wycombe Swan for eight shows between November 10 and 14, including evening and matinee performances.

The cast for this latest tour has not yet been revealed.

But one thing is for certain - you can expect to hear iconic Ghost songs like Unchained Melody (soundtrack to that classic pottery wheel scene) and more, all co-written by Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics.

Tickets for Ghost The Musical at the Wycombe Swan in St Mary Street are on sale now.

They are priced between £15 and £49, with premium seats available from £38 to £53. The box office is still closed, so go online now to buy -