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Closed February 10, 2018

...the 19th century really comes alive in this production; it's all gothic chill and thick mist.

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Why See The Woman in White?

the world's first detective story

This gothic Victorian thriller finally returns to London this winter in its first major revival that also features the premiere of the newly revised score from Andrew Lloyd Webber and David Zippels. Based on Wilkie Collins' tremendous novel, The Woman in White is a sweeping melodrama full of mystery, madness, and murder. Just what you want from a night at the theatre.

The story follows Walter Hartright, an everyman drawing tutor on his way to meet his new pupils, Laura Fairlie and Marian Halcombe, two young daughters of the grand Limmerage House estate. His journey is interrupted by the fleeting vision of a young woman dressed all in white at the sides of the railway track. Scared and desperate she tries to tell him something but is soon swallowed up by the darkness. Troubled by this event, he tells his new students who set out to discover the truth of the apparition, begining a winding tale of romance, engagements, betrayals and revenge from beyond the grave...

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Previews from: 20 November 2017

Opening night: 4 December 2017

Cast and Creative


Anthony Cable as Mr Fairlie
Anna O'Byrne as Laura Fairlie
Chris Peluso as Sir Percival Glyde
Carolyn Maitland as Marian
Ashley Stillburn as Walter Hartright
Greg Castiglioni as Count Fosco
Sophie Reeves as Anne

Ensemble: Christopher Blades, Olivia Brereton, Janet Mooney and Dan Walter


Book by Charlotte Jones
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lyrics by David Zippels
Directed by Thom Southerland
Design by Morgan Large
Movement by Cressida Carre
Orchestrations by David Cullen

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