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Review: The Woman in Black by Susan Hill.

“For I see that then I was still all in a state of innocence, but that innocence, once lost, is lost forever.” – Susan Hill. 520 more words


'The Woman In Black' at Venue Cymru has the audience jumping in their seat on opening night

Last night saw the opening evening at Venue Cymru of the stage show adaptation of the Susan Hill noval ‘The Woman In Black’.

Having watched the filmed version, made famous by Arthur kipps being played by Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe, I was interested to see the play and how they portrayed it as a thriller on stage. 358 more words

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The Woman in Black - Fortune Theatre - Review (BOO!)

The Woman in Black is a perennial favourite in the West End. Judging by the packed out crowd that was there when I recently saw it, I can’t see its successful run of 26 years abating anytime soon. 274 more words


The Woman In Black - Novel Vs Movie

It feels as though I only went to watch the film of The Woman in Black (directed by James Watkins and written by Jane Goldman) for the first time a couple of months ago, so I was shocked to find that it was actually released at the cinema in February 2012! 988 more words

The Woman in Black, Fortune Theatre: Review

Having read Susan Hill’s book and watched the Daniel Radcliffe film adaptation, it is certainly about time that I saw the stage version at the… 414 more words


Printer's Devil Court by Susan Hill read by Steven Pacey

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A young medical student has taken rooms in Printer’s Devil Court in London, sharing them with three other medical men. One evening, the four men have a discussion as to whether the story of Lazarus could possibly have been true – is it scientifically possible to bring someone back from the dead? 440 more words

Book Review

The Woman in Black by Susan Hill was a story which was very different from the movie of the same name, a horror movie that I enjoyed a lot.

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