The Travelling Bag (Book Review)

Written by: Susan Hill

Published in the UK by: Profile Books, 29th September 2016

183 pages


 

Image result for the travelling bag susan hillCLASPING AT MOTHS
Kickstarting a cash cow of a franchise which has spawned two feature-length box office hits for the resurrected Hammer Films and a seemingly ineradicable West End theatre production, The Woman in Black has cemented author Susan Hill’s sovereignty as the Queen of gothic ghost stories. Amidst a prolific bibliography which spans the genres and demographics, in the 33 years since its publication, Hill has often returned to supernatural fiction, always with great anticipation.

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The Woman In Black (Live Review)

Two men in hats, sitting facing each other

Cambridge Arts Theatre – 29th September 2016 – 7.45pm
Based on the novel by: Susan Hill
Adapted by: Stephen Mallatratt
Directed by: Robin Herford
thewomaninblack.com   Tour tickets


 

FRIGHTFUL RECITAL

I have read Susan Hill’s scant-but-spooky ghost story, I have jumped more often than is respectable at Hammer’s 2012 filmic adaptation and I have even watched with utmost curiosity the ITV Christmas drama still unreleased on region 2 DVD. On Thursday night I experienced a fourth incarnation of The Woman In Black in the form of Stephen Mallatratt’s stage show. For 27 years a staple of London’s West End, it is now on tour and playing a week-long residency at Cambridge Arts Theatre.

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