Monday 24 April 2017


The Woman in Black at the Everyman

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The Woman in Black is returning to haunt the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham this November, promising a terrifying experience for all who dare to go.

The Woman in Black is once again set to have audiences at Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham gripping their seats for dear life, when Stephen Mallatratt’s spine-tingling play comes to town from Monday 3 to Saturday 8 November 2014.

Successfully staged in the West End for 25 years, more than seven million people have lived to tell the tale of one of the most exciting, gripping and successful theatre productions ever staged – and Gloucestershire theatre-goers are getting another chance experience it for themselves.

Adapted from the bestselling 1980s novel by Susan Hill, The Woman in Black tells the tale of Arthur Kipps; a solicitor obsessed with the idea that he is haunted by a malevolent spectre dressed in black.

He enlists the help of a sceptical young actor to tell his terrifying story in a bid to exorcise the fear that grips his soul, and while it all begins innocently enough, as they reach further into his darkest memories, the borders between make believe and reality begin to blur and the flesh begins to creep.

With special sound and lighting effects, the intensity of live theatre combines with a cinematic quality inspired by the world of film noire to give theatre-goers an experience they won’t forget in a long time.

Whether or not you caught the 2012 blockbuster film starring Daniel Radcliffe, you can’t beat the real theatre experience, so head down to the Everyman and see why The Woman in Black continues to pull in the punters year on year.

And don’t miss the SoGlos review to get a real insight into what to expect from this truly terrifying ghost story.

Event:
The Woman in Black play
Venue
Everyman Theatre
Dates:
Monday 3 to Saturday 8 November 2014; Thursday 6 November 2014; Saturday 8 November 2014
Times:
From 7.45pm, with additional matinees on the Thursday and Saturday from 2pm
Admission:
Ticket prices range between £13 and £28
Telephone:
(01242) 572573

© SoGlos
Thursday 12 June 2014

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