BOOK SCHOOL GROUPS
Special reductions are available for school groups of 10 or more at certain performances. Best available seats are only £21.50 each. (subject to availability). 1 Teacher in 10 goes free!
Click here to watch teachers and pupils give their verdict on seeing the Live stage show
Call: 020 7206 1174 or email [email protected]
N.B: Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break. The performance runs for approximately 2 hours.
OFFICIAL 'THE WOMAN IN BLACK' WORKSHOPS
Brand new GCSE and A-Level workshops for The Woman in Black available!
Led by theatre professionals, these new workshops will take your group into the Fortune Theatre and onto the actual set to explore and experience what makes this ghostly tale one of the most successful West End shows ever. Designed with the GCSE and A-Level Theatre and English syllabuses in mind they will maximise students’ experience of watching The Woman In Black through practical examination and investigation of the play’s core themes.
Students will examine the mechanics that make the play such an effective piece of theatre: how The Woman In Black creates tension; sharpening students’ literary and drama analysis skills; identifying how the production engages to make an audience feel unnerved. Playing with imaginative and resourceful storytelling techniques, students will explore how the performers work with text, set, and each other to tell a story. Above all, these workshops will encourage students to participate, be brave and creative and in so doing build confidence in their own ideas.
For more information please contact PW Productions on [email protected] or call 020 7395 7580
Workshops designed by Jonathan Broke of Tutopia and Laura Farnworth of Undercurrent (participatory workshops for Almeida Projects; Taking Part (Young Vic); Teaching Artist (National Theatre); ACT (ATC); Creative Partnerships (Arts Council)
Cost: Depends on size of group
Location: The Fortune Theatre, Covent Garden
POST SHOW Q&A’s
PW Productions and the cast of The Woman in Black are pleased to offer a Q+A session for twenty minutes after the show for schools and groups. Covering any aspects of the production, and with face-to-face time with members of the cast or crew, the Q+A session helps to deepen understanding of the narrative and dramatic tools used to create the stage play. For further details and to arrange a session please contact Jon Huyton on 07971 078411.