The Woman In Black (West End) London Reviews and Tickets
Clever, Great acting, Absorbing, Entertaining, Intense
About the Show
Susan Hill's best selling ghost story is hauntingly retold in this chilling stage adaptation.
A haunting stage adaptation of Susan Hill's best-selling horror novel.
When lawyer, Arthur Kipps, is sent to put the affairs of an estate in order, he realises that he may not be in the house alone.
The Woman in Black first premiered on the stage in 1987 and transferred to the West End two years later. Residing at the Fortune Theatre on Drury Lane, the two-man play has been an audience favourite for decades. This production is recommended for ages 12+.
The Woman in Black tells its supernatural tale in a unique way using basic props and allowing the audience to use their imagination to create a truly fearful horror story. The tension is high and sudden the ‘jump out of your seat’ moments come thick and fast!