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The Woman in Black

It started off as an extra show to use up surplus budget, but The Woman in Black has turned into the West End’s second...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures.This week’s highlights include the press nights of Monogamy at the Park...

An Inspector Calls producer Peter Wilson has claimed musicals are hogging West End playhouses and will “squeeze out” straight drama if left unchecked. Wilson, who...

Hollywood's annual big-screen serving of fear, suspense and horror is once again upon us as we marked Halloween this week. But while film has enjoyed...

This month, Wicked celebrates a decade on stage in London. In October, The Phantom of the Opera will have stumped up 30 years of...

It’s tempting to think of the West End’s long-running plays as creaky outdated relics, and indeed, that’s how they’re too often described. But as Tabard...

If there’s something strange in your theatre, who you gonna call? Well, probably not Ghostbusters as they don’t really exist, silly. But it seems...

The Woman in Black succeeds where the recent stage adaptation of another Susan Hill novel, The Mist in the Mirror, failed. The latter relied upon flashy,...

Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre has revealed plans for its 60th anniversary in 2015, including a new production of The Woman in Black – which...
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