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The Second Longest Running West End Play

The Woman in Black is quite possibly one of the most popular plays to hit the West End stage, and has gripped audience members since its opening in 1987.

The play adaptation by Stephen Mallatratt was taken from the 1983 book of the same name by the author Susan Hill. The play has been running in the Fortune Theatre for twenty years and has been deemed as one of the most gripping and exciting plays to ever hit the stage. The play, which contains only two cast members, is also the second longest running London play in West End history.

Famous for its spine-tingling tension and spooky scenes, there are very few shows that can achieve the excitement and brilliance of The Woman in Black.

Both the book and the play have become so popular that the story has now been adapted for the film screen and will star the phenomenal screen and stage actor Daniel Radcliffe.

Here at we can offer you cheap theatre tickets for the chilling production of The Woman in Black. Our prices easily rival our competitors ticket prices, and we can also offer you superb seats which you are sure to be sitting at the end of throughout the show.

For more information on The Woman in Black and for directions to the theatre venue, you should be sure to visit The Woman in Black page on our website and book today.
Written by LondonTheatreStore on 12 September 2011 16:30:00

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