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The Woman In Black – A play with an untold secret

The Woman In Black – A play with an untold secret

We walk around behind the scenes just before The Woman In Black starts. For the scariest show in the West End, the Fortune Theatre feels unassuming and mundane, in use as a performance space for 93 years and a pub for a further 150 before that. But with five shows a week, an estimated 10.5 million people will have passed across this spot since its theatrical genesis. That’s a lot of residual, latent memories with huge paranormal potential – if you believe in all of that stuff. For the record, I absolutely do not.

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