The Woman in Black Celebrates 27 Years in the West End

Based on Susan Hill’s best-selling novel, Robin Herford’s chilling production has been making audiences jump in the West End for the past 27 years. 

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As well as celebrating 27 years in London, PW Productions has announced that the show will be heading off on a UK tour from September 2016.

The touring production will open at the Lichfield Garrick Theatre before visiting over thirty other theatres during its tour, running until June 2017.

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.

The touring cast will perform in the London production at the Fortune Theatre from the 8th to the 22nd August. David Acton will play the role of Mr Kipps and The Actor will be played by Matthew Spencer.

Adapted for the stage by Stephen Mallatratt, The Woman in Black has proved hugely popular with audiences – having toured the United States, South America, Tokyo and Singapore.

Susan Hill’s spine tingling book was also transformed into a film adaptation in 2012, starring Daniel Radcliffe which went on to become the highest grossing British horror film in twenty years.

As well as being directed by Robin Herford, the production also features designs by Michael Holt, lighting by Kevin Sleep and sound by Gareth Owen.

For more information on the UK tour of The Woman in Black visit:

To book tickets for the London run of the production visit:, ATG Tickets, Discount, Last, Theatre Tickets, Love, Theatre and UK

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