The Woman in Black Theatre Breaks
Fortune Theatre , Russell Street, London, WC2B 5HH.
1/1: Scare yourself silly with the incredible show, The Woman in Black
- 25th year in the West End
- Second longest-running play in the West End
- Based on Susan Hill’s bestseller
- Adapted from Susan Hill’s bestseller, the mysterious play will keep you on the edge of your seat.
We care about the safety and wellbeing of our customers, and make it our job to support, and provide information to, any person with a medical condition or disability.
If you, or any member of your party has a condition or disability which may affect your holiday, please let us know before making your booking.
We can then discuss your needs and advise further if your preferred choice is unsuitable.
Call our team on (01) 695 0000, who will be happy to help.
Book your The Woman in Black theatre break
The Woman in Black Ticket + Hotel Offers + Rail
- Departure Time:
- Return Time:
The Woman in Black London Theatre Show Information
The long-running West End play is a thrilling classic. Adapted from Susan Hill’s bestseller the mysterious play will keep you on the edge of your seat.
About The Woman in Black
Easily the most successful and undoubtedly one of the scariest plays ever produced, the show captures a nerve-jangling balance between near-cinematic effects and the thrill of live performance.
The late Alice Drablow’s home, Eel Marsh House, stands empty on the salt marshes outside the sleepy town of Crythin Gifford. Arthur Kipps, a junior solicitor, is sent to the house to sort her affairs. At the funeral he glimpses a mysterious woman with a wasted face, all dressed in black – the townspeople refuse to speak of her. As the house reveals its tragic secrets to Kipps, he will discover the terrible story of The Woman in Black.
History of The Woman in Black
Frightening audiences in the West End for 25 years, The Woman in Black has become a staple of the London theatre and is a must-see. Adapted from Susan Hill’s bestseller, the only thing that won’t shock you will be the fact that the play is the second longest-running in the West End.
Evenings: Tuesday - Saturday: 8.00pm
Matinees: Tuesday, Thursday: 3.00pm, Saturday: 4.00pm
Running time: 2 hours
Frequently Asked Questions
About Super Break
- Rest assured your break is safe with us
- No credit card or booking fees
- Your information is secure with GlobalSign
- Best UK Operator, Globe Awards 2017