THE famous “pottery” scene from the film ghost has been recreated by a touring theatre production.

The stars of Ghost: The Musical visited Art Shop and Pottery, in Western Road, Hove, to sit at one of its pottery wheels in the same way Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore do in the hit film.

It was in anticipation of the show coming to Brighton’s Theatre Royal this week.

Onlookers were thoroughly amused as Rebekah Lowings, who plays Molly Jensen, and Niall Sheehy, in Swayze’s role of Sam Wheat, took to the wheel and got their hands dirty moulding the clay.

They proved more than up for the task, having had to recreate the scene on stage for every night of the tour so far.

Niall said: “Scenes like the pottery wheel are things that people will remember from the film.

“There’s always a certain pressure on a show but at the same time we’re telling the story the best we can and the audience will always get what they want from each scene.”

“The pottery is probably the most difficult part,” said Rebekah

“I get really nervous before I go on thinking ‘What am I going to create today?’ but recently I’ve been given a lot more clay and I’ve been able to make it look a lot bigger, so to speak, but it’s a lot of fun.”

Ghost: The Musical runs at the Theatre Royal, Brighton from today until Saturday, February 23.

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