Susan Hill’s acclaimed ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes dramatically alive in Stephen Mallatratt’s ingenious stage adaptation.
This gripping production, directed by Robin Herford, is a brilliantly successful study in atmosphere, illusion, and controlled horror.
A lawyer obsessed with a curse that he believes has been cast over him and his family by the spectre of a Woman in Black engages a sceptical young actor to help him tell his terrifying story and exorcise the fear that grips his soul.
It all begins innocently enough, but then, as they reach further into his darkest memories, they find themselves caught up in a world of eerie marshes and moaning winds.
Watch the full Woman In Black trailer HERE. Cast announcements coming soon!
We have an exclusive for all the Woman in Black fans. Everyone that buys a ticket to see the production at this month’s Woman in Black, will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win a signed copy by the author Susan Hill of the Woman in Black. All you need do, is buy a ticket and come along and see the show. We will choose a winner at the end of the production and notify the winner of this amazing prize.
Robert Goodale will star as ‘Arthur Kipps’ and Antony Eden as ‘The Actor’.
The Woman in Black is thrilled to have recently been awarded ‘Best Theatre Production for Schools’ at the School Travel Awards from School Travel Organiser. As part of the show’s commitment to young people, persons aged 18 to 26 will be able to purchase a £13.50 ticket (Mon to Fri only).
We are delighted to offer teachers and students a FREE Resource Pack for use across the curriculum. The pack is available in Adobe Acrobat Reader format. If you do not already have Adobe Acrobat reader installed, click on this link. To watch teachers and pupils give their verdict on seeing the Live stage show Click here.
DIRECT YOUR OWN SCENE FROM THE PLAY
Use the menu to make a Directors choice about direction, set, lighting, sound, and costume. Experiment with your choices to create different versions of the same scene, changing how the audience perceives the show and the effect it has on the script.
Age Guidance: The Woman in Black is a horror story and so some children may find it distressing. It is at the parent’s discretion although we recommend it for ages 12+ years, and above.
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Trained at LAMDA and Royal Holloway. Theatre includes: Harry Potter And The Cursed Child (Sonia Friedman Productions); Christmas Carol (Spinning Wheels); Yes, Prime Minister (British Theatre Playhouse, international tour); The Merchant of Venice (Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds); The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, Treasure Island (Belgrade Coventry); Twelfth Night (Original Theatre co.); The Elephant Man (Sincera productions, Sao Paolo); Great Expectations (Unicorn); Hamlet (New Fortune Theatre); Les Misérables (West End). Television includes: Derren Brown: Apocalypse (Channel 4); The Landlady, Kevin and Co, Kevin’s Cousins (BBC); The Bill (Carlton). He is also associate director on The Woman in Black and directs and produces with his own theatre company, Dead Letter Perfect. Having been in property development whilst theatre has slept, he is thrilled to be back in theatres performing in, in his opinion, the best play of the past fifty years!
Theatre credits include: The Woman in Black (UK Tour/Washington DC), How To Act (National Theatre of Scotland), Julius Caesar (Sheffield Crucible), Laburnum Grove (Finborough Theatre), Dr Faustus (Shakespeare Globe), Measure For Measure (Thelma Holt and Plymouth Theatre), Ghosts (Young Vic), Timon Of Athens, A Midsummer Nights Dream (Shakespeare’s Globe), The Importance of Being Ernest, Arcadia (Bristol Old Vic), Taming of the Shrew (National Tour), Comedy of Errors, Romeo and Juliet, Cyrano De Bergerac (Royal Shakespeare Company), Hamlet (Riverside Studios). Television and Film credits include: Doctors, Holby City, State of Play, The Bill, Births, Marriages & Deaths, The House of Elliott (BBC), Doc Martin (Buffalo Pictures), City of Vice (Touchpaper Television), Foyle’s War (Paddock Productions), Heartbeat (Yorkshire Television Company), Midsomer Murders (Bentley Productions), Soldier Soldier (Central Independent Television), Inspector Morse (Zenith Entertainment).
Original Sound Design
"THE CHILLS ARE IRRESISTIBLY EFFECTIVE...A DELICIOUS SPELL OF MALEVOLENCE AND MENACE "
"IT IS PROFOUNDLY EFFECTIVE AND WILL SCARE THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS OUT OF YOU"
"A REAL THRILL OF HORROR"
"DON'T GO UNLESS YOU LIKE BEING SCARED OUT OF YOUR WITS!"