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Back in Black


Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton, Monday 22nd May, 2017


It’s unusual to have a long-running show in the West End (27 years and counting!)  that isn’t yet another musical or… 402 more words

Theatre Review

The Woman in Black by Susan Hill (1983)

Review by CJ

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Arthur Kipps is sent to a remote village in England to go through the mountains of papers belonging to a now deceased client. 225 more words


Susan Hill - The Woman in Black - Thoughts

Susan Hill’s “The Woman in Black” is the chilling story of young Arthur, who finds himself involved with the will of an old woman, who lived her entire life secluded in an old house, full of memories and hatred, as our protagonist will soon have to discover. 90 more words


Woman In Black - (Puts the Willies up Woking) 

This isn’t the first time the Woman in Black has brought its tour to Woking and I hope it won’t be the last, it has become of itself despite its fairly modern history, a story deserved to be counted amongst the great classic ghost stories of the likes of Wilkie Collins, MR James & Dickens and the play adaptation too is a welcome relief from what is usually frothy musical and touring tribute bands so often experienced in theatres just trying to stay open to offer some theatrical presence in towns across the country. 564 more words

TBR Challenge 2017 Update #1

For those just arriving: I’ve decided to participate in the TBR Challenge this year.  The object is to read as many books as you can that you’ve had on your “to-be-read” pile by the end of the year. 386 more words




A long time ago at a Film Night far, far away we watched the 1989 version of The Woman in Black. Compared to that, this 2012  685 more words