Woman in Black

– a ghost story

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Woman in Black is an immaculate example of Gothic horror that builds to its climax with the slow purposeful precision of an Edwardian clock.

It has all the ingredients: Isolated marshland, a spectre seeking vengeance for the death of her young child and things that go bump in the night.

This is a quietly shudder-some ghost story capable of chilling the flesh of the most hardened horror fanatic.

Arthur Kipps, a middle-aged solicitor, hires a theatre and the services of a professional actor to help him re-enact and hopefully exorcise a ghostly event that befell him many years earlier with horrifyingly tragic results.

Don’t come alone!

THE WOMAN IN BLACK is back…

"The Woman in Black"….The element of fear is difficult to instill in theatre, but this gripping production will take you to the dark corners of your mind – certainly places that you may not want to visit again.Benjamin Stender. Ian Burns. Christina Hildebrandt. Director: Barry McKenna. Music: Christiane Bjørg-Nielsen. Special Effects: Mark Jones. Lighting: Katja Andreassen.

Slået op af That Theatre Company i 3. juni 2018

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SCRIPT Susan Hill & StephenMallatratt
DIRECTOR Barry McKenna
CAST Ian Burns, Benjamin Stender & Christina Hildebrandt

Plays at Krudttønden
Serridslevvej 2, 2100 Kbh Ø

Oct. 24 – Nov. 24 2018
Mon – Fri 8pm
Sat. 5pm

Tickets: Teaterbilletter.dk / 7020 2096

Education material

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Art

– Award-winning comedy about friendship

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How would you feel about your best friend if he or she suddenly did something colossally stupid?

It happens in this Tony Award-winning dark comedy that focuses on the meaning of friendship.

When Serge buys an apparently pure white canvas by a fashionable artist for a lot of money his old mate, Marc, thinks it’s a piece of pretentious rubbish.

Yves, their mutual friend, tries to reconcile but only succeeds in antagonising both of them.

Art raises one of drama’s eternal questions: how much truth and honesty human beings can stand?

In a surprising and funny way, it brings into play issues of friendship, loyalty and the difficulty and value of telling the truth.

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SCRIPT Yasmina Reza
DIRECTOR Ian Burns
CAST Rasmus Emil Mortensen, Benjamin Stender, Peter Vinding

Plays at Krudttønden
Serridslevvej 2, 2100 Kbh Ø

Feb. 20 – March 23 2019
Mon – Fri 8pm
Sat. 5pm

Tickets: Teaterbilletter.dk / 7020 2096

 

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