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Up to £15 Off Tickets to The Woman in Black
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Up to £15 Off Tickets to The Woman in Black

Save up to £15 with discounted tickets to the thrilling and atmospheric ghost story The Woman in Black

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Susan Hill’s acclaimed ghost story The Woman in Black is brought to life in this dramatic study in atmosphere, illusion and controlled horror. This ingenious stage show is now celebrating over 25 terrifying years in the West End!

 

Save up to £15 on tickets to The Woman in Black when you book your tickets by 21st January.

 

Offer available for bookings made by 21st January.
£16 off Price Band A seats Tuesday to Thursday. £13 off Friday evenings and Saturday matinees. £7 off Saturday evenings.
Offer subject to availability.

 

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