The Woman in Black

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As one of the West End's longest running plays The Woman in Black has been terrifying audiences for over 23 years. In the intimate setting of the Fortune Theatre, two actors create the story of lawyer Arthur Kipps, who travels to the abandoned, haunted Eel Marsh House on business. Based on the novel by Susan Hill, The Woman in Black has been made into a terrifying blockbuster film, starring Daniel Radcliffe.
TICKET OFFER
WAS £47.50
NOW £35.00
Booking from 23 May 2017 until 3 March 2018
Running Time: 2 hours

Box Office Contacts

Box Office:0844 871 7626
Access Booking:0844 871 7677
Group Booking:020 7206 1174
Stage Door:020 7010 7900

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History

Built after the First World War between the years 1922-1924, the venue originally opened as the Fortune Thriller Theatre with a production of Laurence Cowen's Sinners (1924).

During the Second World War, the Fortune Theatre was host to the Entertainment National Service Association, who were entertainers from the armed forces drawn to boost war time moral. Performances from the ENSA included John Galsworthy's first ever play, The Silver Box (1931).

Across the years, the venue has hosted stars such as Dame Judi Dench, Dirk Bogarde and Maureen Lipman, bringing productions such as Beyond the Fringe and Nunsense (1987) to the stage.

Since 1989, the Fortune Theatre has hosted Susan Hill's creepy thriller The Woman in Black, drawing in audiences from around the world. In 2012, the play was adapted into a film starring Daniel Radcliffe, sparking new interest in the stage show. It is said that the venue hosts its very own cloaked figure, which prowls the halls of the venue...