Susan Hill’s spine-tingling tale of The Woman in Black at the Fortune Theatre, London
A London guide to dramas and thriller playing in the West End this summer including Shakespeare in Love, Skylight, The Woman in Black, The Mousetrap & more
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Enjoy a £47.50 ticket to see The Woman in Black and a free theatre dinner at Porter’s English Restaurant in Covent Garden – All for only ONLY £42 The Woman in Black is London’s scariest thriller – and its longest-running ghost story. The show tells the spine-tingling tale of a keen young solicitor who is sent to wind up the affairs of a recently deceased woman, and over 7 million people worldwide have lived to tell the tale of one of the most exciting and gripping theatre events ever staged. Enjoy tickets to the show and a pre-theatre dinner at Porter’s English …
As the nights draw in, enjoy a scary day out in old London town as we feature these great (terrifying) things to do in the Capital. This feature includes a fabulous ticket offer on The Woman in Black – London’s scariest show. Also why not combine a matinee show of The Woman in Black with a Jack the Ripper Walking Tour and a visit to London’s greatest tourist attraction – The London Dungeon. Our great Discount Combo ticket to the Tower of London and the London Dungeon proves a handy way of exploring two spooky attractions and saving £5 per …
Casting has been announced for The Woman In Black: Angels Of Death – the sequel to the 2012 movie starring Daniel Radcliffe.
What’s playing and coming up at the Fortune Theatre
David Acton and Ben Deery will join the cast of hit thriller The Woman In Black.
The evening of Wednesday 29th June will see the 9000th performance of the hit thriller The Woman In Black, now in its 23rd year in the West End.
The largest theatre owners in the West End, the Ambassador Theatre Group, plan to address the back-ache with the roll-out of a new theatre seat.
It’s all change in the West End over the next few weeks as a number of high-profile West End shows bring down their curtains for the final time, including Tracie Bennett in End of the Rainbow, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, In A Forest, Dark And Deep, Flare Path and Dirty Dancing.
VIDEO TRAILER: Twenty-three years after Susan Hill’s terrifying novel The Woman in Black first opened on the London stage, a new movie version is to be distributed in cinemas in February 2010 starring Daniel Radcliffe.
Take a walk down Russell Street in Covent Garden and you’ll see one of the saddest looking theatre façades in London. But major plans are afoot to renovate the Fortune Theatre.
Rumours are buzzing that Daniel Radcliffe may bring his starring role in Broadway’s How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying to London.
A buoyant West End is leading to some big-screen remakes of West End hits, including The Woman in Black, War Horse, Wicked and The Rocky Horror Show.
What’s coming up in the West End this week, including The Wizard of Oz, Wicked, Shoes, the Olivier Awards and The Children’s Hour.
Having scared West End audiences for over twenty years at the Fortune Theatre in London, Susan Hill’s terrifying ghost story The Woman in Black is set for a big screen remake starring Harry Potter’s Daniel Radcliffe
Celebrate winter with our great new hotel and theatre promotion, with blockbuster shows including Love Never Dies, Legally Blonde, Priscilla, Jersey Boys and Billy Elliot.
Video trailer for The Woman in Black at the Fortune Theatre
A London map highlighting the location of the Fortune Theatre, Russell Street, London, WC2B 5HH
Harry Potter’s Daniel Radcliffe is to star in new big-screen version of West End classic The Woman in Black
Following the departure of Broadway musical The Fantasticks at the Duchess Theatre, which closes this Saturday 26 June, a touring production of The Secret of Sherlock Holmes will run at the venue. Starring Peter Egan as Sherlock Holmes and Robert Daws as Watson, the play is directed by Robin Herford, who directed The Woman in Black at the Fortune Theatre.
Son of Susannah York, Orlando Wells, is to join the cast of long-running West End thriller The Woman in Black from 6 April 2010. Wells, whose acting credits include The History Boys, As If and A Very British Sex Scandal, will be joined by Michael Mears (Nation, You Never Can Tell) in the two-hander. London’s long-running ghost story, The Woman in Black is based on a short novel by Susan Hill and has been scaring audiences at the Fortune Theatre since 1989. Special offer: Save £20 on tickets to see The Woman In Black at the Fortune Theatre Meal Deal: …
BOOK DISCOUNT TICKETS TO SEE LA CLIQUE La Clique, the hard-to-define show that blurs the lines between burlesque, circus and cabaret, has extended its run at the Hippodrome until 14 June. Nominated in this year’s Olivier awards, a brand new line up includes hula-hoop artist Marawa, comedienne Amy G and trapeze artist Erna Sommer. They join an eclectic and wildly talented mix of performers who include aerial hoop artist Bret Pfister, the Skating Willers and performance artist Ursula Martinez. Cabaret has never been so stylish and sexy. In other extensions news, Alan Bennett’s Enjoy (see Review) starring Alison Steadman is …