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7 October

7 October

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THE WOMAN IN BLACK REOPENS AT ENSEMBLE THEATRE ON OCTOBER 30 THE WOMAN IN BLACK, like all the performing arts, abruptly stopped due to the Covid pandemic in June. The play is the second-longestsecond longest play to run in Londons West End. The play opened there in 1989.

Prepare for scares in a gripping ghost story perfect for Ensembles intimate stage. This spine-chiller will have you watching through your fingers and gasping at every eerie twist and turn. Rather spookily WOMAN IN BLACK set has been hanging eerily silent on the Ensemble stage waiting for the actors (and ghosts) to bring it back to life.

I am very excited we can now reopen continuing the run of this nearly sold out show. Having an audience back in our space is very moving and with all our Covid safety polices I am looking forward to the Ensemble theatre being live once more said Mark Kilmurry, Artistic Director, Ensemble Theatre. Mr.

Kipps (Jamie Oxenbould, BABY DOLL) is troubled by disturbing memories of his journey to fog-bound Eel Marsh, where Mrs. Drablows lonely house stands in isolation. Trapped by the fog, he witnessed mysterious events he would rather forget, but cannot.

In desperation, he enlists the help of an actor (Garth Holcombe, TRIBES) to tell his tale and exorcise the demons that haunt his dreams. As the two men become immersed in Kipps story, eerie events materialise from the mists of the past and begin to haunt the present. Susan Hills classic ghost story, adapted for the stage by Stephen Mallatratt, will have you watching through your fingers, laughing out loud, and gasping at the spooky twists in an unforgettable theatrical experience.

WRITERS Susan Hill and Stephen Mallatratt DIRECTOR Mark Kilmurry ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Rachel Chant CAST Garth Holcombe Jamie Oxenbould DETAILS: THE WOMAN IN BLACK Ensemble Theatre, 78 McDougall Street, Kirribilli 30 October 12 December Tickets: $79, Seniors $76, Pensioner $72 [email protected] 2hrs (including interval).

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