A THEATRICAL THRILLER
Possibly one of the world’s most famous ghost stories, The Woman In Black has been terrifying audiences around the world.
Now in it’s 23rd year in London this simple yet chilling story is sure to have you on the edge of your seat throughout.
WHAT IS THE WOMAN IN BLACK ABOUT?
When a young solicitor is summoned to attend the funeral of a woman who has been living alone in a secluded house, he is unaware of the secrets that lie behind the buildings shuttered windows. He is also unaware of the legend of The Woman In Black, her history or the terrible consequences that befall those who see her.
Most recently The Woman In Black was released a s a film starring Daniel Radcliffe but nothing compares to the terrifying live experience that awaits you at London’s Fortune Theatre.
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Arthur Kipps – David Acton
The Actor – Den Deery
Richard Franklin (understudy)
Tom Warner (understudy)
Director – Robin Herford
Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
From the novel by Susan Hill
Designer – Michael Holt
Lighting – Kevin Sleep