The Woman In Black is a gripping theatrical exploration of terror, 'a masterpiece’ (The Guardian) that's been thrilling audiences of all ages with its unique blend of suspense, drama and bold stagecraft.
'The Woman in Black' remains perennially popular – particularly, it seems, with generally hard-to-please teenagers – which is testament to its rough-theatre appeal and the extraordinary and enduring potency, not of guts, gore or special effects, but of simple suggestion.
Pumpkins grin evilly in the yard. Pint-size ghosts and covens of mini-witches cluster on the doorstep. Halloween’s running its chilly fingers down the nation’s spine again but, as we mortals shudder at the spookiness of it all, Robin Herford sits on the stage of the Fortune Theatre and merely… laughs.
The Woman in Black at the Fortune Theatre combines the power and intensity of live theatre with a cinematic quality inspired by the world of film noir. It gives audiences an evening of unremitting drama as they are transported into a terrifying and ghostly world.
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The Most Terrifying Live Theatre Experience in The World THE WOMAN IN BLACK is a gripping theatrical exploration of terror, 'a masterpiece’ (The Guardian) that's been thrilling audiences of all ages with its unique blend of suspense, drama and bold stagecraft.
The Woman in Black is London’s second-longest-running play after The Mousetrap, and with good reason.
The Woman in Black is a 1987 stage play, adapted by Stephen Mallatratt. The play is based on the book of the same name, which was written in 1983 by English author Susan Hill. The play is currently being produced by PW Productions, led by Peter Wilson.
The Woman in Black is a play adapted from the book of the same name by Susan Hill. The interesting approach the play has, is that it looks incredible simplistic, for instance the set is an old theatre stage with a hamper a table and two old chairs as the only props.
The Woman In Black remains at the West End’s Fortune Theatre. Did You Know? • The current cast in the West End includes Malcolm James and Matt Connor as Arthur Kipps and The Actor respectively (correct as of August 2016). •