Susan Hill’s The Woman in Black has had an enviable literary life, originally a 1983 Gothic novella, followed four years later by a stage play, a 1989 BBC TV movie adaptation, then a 2012 film starring Daniel Radcliffe. 362 more words
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A version of this article originally appeared on the now defunct online magazine Cultural Transmogrifier in 2012—hence, the omission of more recent Radcliffe films.
Unlike many child stars who’ve become lost to obscurity, Radcliffe has only grown in popularity since his first major feature film, 1,744 more words
December’s bleak weather – drab grey clouds creating a state of perpetual twilight in the short daylight hours contrasts sharply with the twinkling lights of Christmas Decorations. 705 more words
From being born at a bar in Scarborough 27 years or so ago, Susan Hill’s ‘The Woman in Black’ has grown into one of the biggest and successful plays on the West End, which is currently the second longest running play in the West End shortly behind Agatha Christie’s ‘ 643 more words