"Crammed with strong ideas, new musical The Sunshine Ghost combines the cliches of canny Scots, misguided American billionaires and supernatural hauntings to fizzingly successful effect.” The Stage

"Performed with wit and vigour...a thoroughly enjoyable piece of musical theatre" Bouquets and Brickbats

"bizarre and wonderful in all the right ways" Young Perspective

'One of the best theatre shows I have seen in a long time. A musical that should be enjoyed by the masses!' Audience feedback

A co-production between Scottish Theatre Producers and Festival and King’s Theatres, Edinburgh


Book by Andy Cannon and Richard Ferguson

Music and lyrics Richard Ferguson

Directed by Ken Alexander

The Sunshine Ghost tells the wonderfully comic story of the acquisition of Castle MacKinnon by a love-struck billionaire and property tycoon, Glen Duval, for his fiancé, ‘Astrobeth’ - Hollywood’s favourite astrologer.

Brought stone by stone from a remote rocky outcrop on a small Scottish Island all the way to Naples, Florida, they soon discover that the castle's previous owner has not quite ‘left’ the building… 

Thanks to Emma Quinn Design for the original title treatment www.emmaquinndesign.co.uk