Fortune theatre london
Russell St, London WC2B 5HH

The Woman in black :Fortune Theatre

The Woman in Black is one of od the most popular, successful and oldest shows of London Westend. It has been running successful from the last 23 years at the magnificent Fortune Theatre. The London show is based on a popular Susan Hill’s novella with the same name. The spine chilling haunted saga is still amusing the audience and making it a huge hit amongst the theatre viewers. THE Woman in Black is certainly one of the most successful horror shows of all time.

The story commences with a old man who meets an actor and asks him for his help. He told him a shocking tale. Earlier the actor was bit skeptical but later got involved into it which results into series of terrifying incidents. The story told revolves around Lawyer Arthur Kipps, who has to go to the English countryside to settle the estate issue of Alice Drablow a Eel Marsh House. He was expecting some calm nights but he was told some strange ghostly stories about the house by the villagers.

Recently The Woman in Black has been made into a movie also starring Daniel Radcliffe. The movie went on becoming huge blockbuster. On the other hand, the play still retains its charm and continues to mesmerize audience by its intriguing and enigmatic charm. The stage show is simply superb as just two actors are portraying huge range of characters, which in itself a complete learning session.

The Woman in Black is a complete adventurous and unique experience for the theatre viewers. So make yourself feel chilled with some mystery and horror by planning for exciting London show The Woman in Black at the Fortune Theatre! The older actor is portraying as Arthur Kipps whereas the younger actor is performing as the Actor!

Show Times

Booking From   Booking Untill
1st. Jan. 1989   10 Jan 2015
 
 
 
Performance Times  
Matinees: Tuesday 3.PM and Saturday 4PM  
Evenings: Monday to Saturday 8.00pm  
Running Time  
2 hours 30 minutes  

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Age Restrictions  
Please note the show is not recommended for children under the age of 3 years old, due to the content that some may find scary. Please use your own discretion when booking tickets.
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