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Sitting around the fire telling ghost stories suddenly the room turns eerily cold a ghostly sound makes you jump! This is what watching The Woman in Black is like.
It's not that you actually see lots of gore or ghastly goings-on. There's just this growing sense of dread as the characters draw you into their world and you begin to unravel the mystery that's been shredding the nerves of West End audiences for more than 20 years.
Who's in it?
The Woman In Black may be in its third decade, but over the years the cast has been kept fresh with regular injections of new talent - including a young Joseph Fiennes. Currently, you'll find the animated Adam Best and seasoned National Theatre actor Ken Drury in the chilling two-hander.
Please note: This play is not suitable for those with a nervous disposition, or those who feel uncomfortable with sudden shocks.