It has been announced that the already long running thriller The Woman in Black has extended its booking period, meaning the acclaimed stage spectacle isn`t set to vacate the West End anytime soon.
It tells the story of trainee solicitor Arthur Kipps, who is summoned to attend the funeral of the late Mrs Alice Drablow, the sole resident of the eerie Eel Marsh House. It is not until Kipps sees the face of a woman dressed in black gazing at him through the upstairs window that he realises things aren`t as they seem.
First being delivered on stage back in 1989, an adaptation of the harrowing tale recently graced our screens, starring Daniel Radcliffe as Arthur Kipps.
The Woman in Black will now be available for booking until at least 14 December 2013, giving another 12 months for the public to enjoy the show as part of one of the many theatre breaks in London
available throughout the year.
Published on 24/7/2012.Latest London News