2010 Press Stories, Offers and Releases
The Woman in Black - King’s Theatre, Edinburgh & UK Tour
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The Woman in Black - King’s Theatre, Edinburgh
Plus Student or under 26? Get the best available seats for £10. Student / Young Scots Standby details below.
If you met your undead love on the 14th, you can have a spooky time together at this show in the following week :-)
The Woman in Black
"A truly nerve-shredding experience" Daily Mail
Unanimously acclaimed by the critics, Stephen Mallatratt’s adaptation of the best selling novel by Susan Hill combines the power and intensity of live theatre with a cinematic quality inspired by the world of film noir. Prepare for an evening of unremitting drama as you are transported into a terrifying and ghostly world.
"A real thrill of horror" Sunday Times
Now in its 21st year in the West End, join the 7 million people worldwide who have lived to tell the tale of The Woman in Black - one of the most chilling theatre events ever staged.
"The most brilliantly effective spine-chiller you will ever encounter" Daily Telegraph
Tickets £14 - £26.50
Student or under 26? Get the best available seats for £10. Student and Young Scots Standby ticket is available from midday on the day of the performance from the Festival Theatre box office and form the King’s box office from 1 hour before the show. Subject to availability, ID required.
'The stage play was first performed at the Stephen Joseph Theatre-In-The-Round in Scarborough, UK in 1987. It was very well received and moved to the Fortune Theatre in London's West End in 1989 where it still runs today, as well as currently being on a UK National Tour. The stage play is notable for having a very small cast, but it remains a popular and chilling theatre experience.'
'The Fortune Theatre in London where The Woman in Black has been running since 1989 is reputed to be haunted by a ghost - a woman in black - who began appearing shortly after a break-in at the Covent Garden theatre. She was witnessed being in the wings by all actors mid-performance, watching in silence.'
The leading question is, will the ghost have decided to up sticks and tour with the company!? Find out...
|Presenting, a night of circus themed, music theatre.|
Presenting, a night of circus themed, music theatre.
The Voodoo Rooms, Ballroom
Thursday 05th November 2009 7.30pm.
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PSYDOLL Tokjo Japan
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New: Full priced tickets are now available
from Ripping Records, Edinburgh
Spyglass girl for Edinburgh poster illustration
by Senno Knife, Japan.
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