The Woman In Black – 27/2 – 2/3

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After an incredible 33 year run at the Fortune Theatre in London’s West End, this legendary production of Susan Hill’s chilling ghost story returns to Brighton. The 1983 gothic horror novel enjoyed success in 2012 when it was adapted for the screen by a revamped Hammer Films as a vehicle for Daniel Radcliffe, but Stephen Mallatratt’s adaptation is an international theatre phenomenon that has been seen by over 7 million people worldwide. Obsessed with a curse that he believes has been cast over him and his family by a ghostly woman in black, Arthur Kipps engages the services of a sceptical young actor to help him tell his terrifying story and exorcise the fear that grips his soul. This critically acclaimed play continues to deliver atmosphere, illusion and controlled horror to all generations so make sure you get your tickets now for one of British theatre’s biggest and scariest hits.

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Steven Graham
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