A father and son pairing started this week in The Woman In Black, one of the most exciting, gripping and successful theatre events ever performed, now in its 26th year in the West End in a production revisited by original director Robin Herford. Christopher Godwin plays Arthur Kipps and Tom Godwin plays The Actor. Christopher Godwin’s recent theatre credits … [Read more...]
The Woman in Black London Tickets Fortune Theatre
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Susan Hill’s acclaimed ghost story is brought to dramatic life in Stephen Mallatratt’s ingenious stage adaptation. Now celebrating 27 terrifying years in the West End, Robin Herford’s gripping production is a brilliantly successful study in atmosphere, illusion, and controlled horror.
Stuart Fox (Woman in Mind, Vaudeville; The Normal Heart, Royal Court and Albery; Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Fortune Theatre) and Joseph Chance (Jeeves & Wooster, UK and Far East Tour; Wallander) have been cast in the unanimously acclaimed stage production of The Woman in Black at the Fortune Theatre. Fox returns to play the Arthur Kipps having first played the role two years ago.
The Woman in Black
Russell Street, London, WC2B 5HH
Monday - 8pm
Tuesday - 3pm and 8pm
Wednesday - 8pm
Thursday - 8pm
Friday - 8pm
Saturday - 4pm and 8pm
Sunday - No Show
Running Time: 2 hours
The Woman in Black is on the National Curriculum for English and Drama, so some performances (especially matinees and on weekdays) are likely to have school groups in attendance.
Show Opened: 1st Jun 1989
Important Information: This play is not suitable for those with a nervous disposition or who cannot handle sudden shocks. Please be advised that there is a large possibility of school groups being present at The Woman In Black, especially for Monday to Thursday performances.
Over the years there have been plenty of films that have been made into musicals and musicals made into films – the first big-screen version of Les Miserables starts filming this year. Much as I may be looking forward to this particular development, the back-and-forth predictability of this relationship between film and musical is in danger of becoming a touch tired: … [Read more...]