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Russell StreetLondonWC2B 5HH
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Like all ye landlubbers 'ere, me was thinkin' before this play- a 2 (or 3) person play be horrifying? Pah! This cosair has entered haunted houses and seen horror movies, a play be nothin' for me! And me watched ye one with ye Harry Potter in it too! Me be knowin' ye story by heart!
Alas! This solo seafarer went alone, and spent many turns' of ye hour hidden under her coat! Me eyes be dartin'...more
Sweet old theatre, seats not too uncomfy and view from the stalls all good
Went to see woman in black and did really enjoy it. Really well done with very bare, basic props and set however didn't think it was all that scary. Much better than the film but not nearly as jumpy (perhaps hampered by the stupid girl next to me who kept giggling when suspense was building!)
Would recommend going to...more
I went to The Woman in Black and I loved it!!! has to be one of the best shows I've seen in the west end! basically the main problem with this theatre is the space for the toilets!! i.e none. but amazing show!more
Admittedly I am more a popular musicals fan (i.e. Les Miserables, Wicked, Lion King etc) than theatre. However, I got a discount off getintolondontheatre for their annual Jan-Feb event and decided that The Woman In Black was the one I have heard the best about and bought tickets.
I did not know anything except that this was a ghost story (my mum had watched it years ago) but was excited to...more
Now I LOVE the theatre. It always gives me an uplifting feeling. So how can a play be scary? I never understood it.
I DO NOW. OH MY GOD I nearly soiled myself many times. Such a clever play, so simple and yet SO scary. No wonder The Woman in Black has been going for so long. At one point there was a scary bit, the lady next to me jumped and spilt her drink on me. I actually thought that I was...more