THE WOMAN IN BLACK (thriller)
Two actors relate a story of love and loss, building an atmosphere of terror
in the audience. The Woman in Black may or may not be present in the stalls
during the performance....
NOTE: Doors close 5 minutes before the advertised starting time at each
The play currently stars Terence Wilton as ‘Arthur Kipps’
and James Byng as ‘The Actor’.
Terence Wilton’s recent theatre credits include ‘Lord Lonsdale’ in “William
Wordsworth” (Theatre By The Lake); “Cat On A Hot In Roof” (Theatre Royal
Northampton) and “The Sound of Music” (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre). For the
RSC he recently played ‘Baptista Minola’ in “The Taming of the Shrew”. His
television credits include “Revelations – End Of Days”, “The Crusades: The
Crescent and the Cross”; “The Forsyte Saga”; “Inspector Alleyn Mysteries”;
“Henry VI part 1”; “Some Distant Shadow”; “Dial M for Murder”; “Vanity Fair” and
James Byng’s previous theatre credits include ‘Toulouse-Lautrec’ in “Moulin
Rouge!” (Secret Cinema); ‘Edgar Rychenkov’ in “Noël” (National Opera House,
Ireland); “Philip Pullman’s Grimm Tales” (Bargehouse, South Bank); ‘Group
Captain Mandrake’ in “Dr Strangelove” (Secret Cinema); ‘Nick Willow’ in “Carries
War” (UK Tour); ‘Posner’ in “The History Boys” (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Theatre
Royal Bath UK Tour); ‘Frodo’ in “The Lord of the Rings” (Theatre Royal Drury
Lane); “Les Misérables” (Palace Theatre); “Oliver!” (London Palladium); “Hey! Mr
If you have ever read a Stephen King novel, Seen 'Psycho', or visited a
fairground 'Haunted House', you may just be psychologically equipped to deal
with the first few minutes of this thriller. After those though, you embark on
an ever rising learning curve of fear, with dazzling writing and perfect timing
from the actors drawing you towards the coldest chill in London theatre.
There is a good reason this play has run so long with little publicity:
anyone who stumbles in HAS to go back, this time bringing a friend for moral
support. Theatremonkey takes his psychiatrist to be on the safe side. Anyone
surviving unscarred can boast about it - precious few. See it.
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