|Booking From:||Saturday, 24th September 2016|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 23rd September 2017|
|Running Time:||2 hours|
|Age Restriction:||The Woman in Black is on the National Curriculum for English and Drama, so some performances (especially matinees and on weekdays) are likely to have school groups in attendance.|
|Important Info:||This play is not suitable for those with a nervous disposition or who cannot handle sudden shocks. Please be advised that there is a large possibility of school groups being present at The Woman In Black, especially for Monday to Thursday performances.|
|Tue:||3pm and 8pm|
|Sat:||4pm and 8pm|
I loved this play I would see it as many times as I could. I recommend everyone to see it it's just amazing.
This play was amazing, and was done with the use of great acting, and the grand use of imagination. I highly recommend this play to anyone!
Came with very high hopes as I've been told by many that this is one of the best performances on the West End at the present time. I was massively disappointed by the utterly appalling acting of the two cast members. The script is tight and would allow for a lot of tension and thrills if performed correctly. Many of the audience sniggered at some of the lines that were delivered as the actors seemed as if they simply couldn't be bothered to put in any effort into their respective performances. Save your 40 quid and GIVE IT A MISS! Trust me.
The atmosphere was completely ruined by being surrounded by a huge party of teenagers 14-16 that occupied 90% of the upper circle. I wish I had been warned by Fortune Theatre about this before I booked my tickets. With the irritatingly fidgety kids OTT screaming on cue the play felt more like a corny panto.
Also I have not received a response email from Fortune Theatre concerning the issue.
All in all a disappointing experience.
it was a phenomenal performance which had me gripping my chair throughout the whole performance even when something as simple as a door shutting had me screaming my head of! I had high expectations to begin with but the play exceeded even those!
This play is absolutely amazing it will have you jumping out your seats.
it is a must.
Amazing use of contrasts in all areas. Dramatic pauses make the most of the excelent jump scares..all the actors are of a tremendous standard and there are some absolutly brilliantly bone chilling , hair raising moments that make you want to see it again and again. Recemended to everyone. Horror fans or not. The small theatre is the most haunted in the world and its old style and exposed seating means your vonrable and never feel safe. A beautiful blend of stanislavski and Brechtian tequniches and even though set in a theatre with an actor it really makes you jump. This is my favourite play I've ever seen and being a drama student I've seen loads.
Second time of seeing the Woman in Black, enjoyed it even more than the first time, excellent acting, bringing a chill to my spine and making me (once again) jump out of my skin.
Loved it all brilliant evening out.
The play was fantastic! I never thought that a creepy, frightening mood could be created outside of a movie (because movies have special effects and camera trickery) but I was very much mistaken: I'm still sometimes worried to turn round in case I see the "woman in black with the wasted face"! Excellent production, with a superb cast, have to say that I loved it.
However, there was only one aspect that I would have changed. At the end of the show the two male actors came back on to take a bow, but the one female actor didn't. I think that all of the cast should have a chance to take a bow and absorb the cheering crowds reactions.
Other than that, brilliant :)
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