The Woman in Black, The Alexandra, Birmingham and city centre car parking

Ever had the feeling like you’re being watched…watched intently? With a sudden rush of goosebumps covering you, head to toe? Over 7 million people have lived to tell the tale of one of the most chilling adaptations ever staged. The most gripping spine-chiller you will ever encounter in theatre. Susan Hill’s best-selling, critically acclaimed ghost story comes dramatically alive in Stephen Mallatratt’s ingenious stage adaptation of The Woman in Black.

Need we say more?

Now celebrating its 30th year in the West End, it’s the perfect time to be scared out of your wits as you watch the story unfold in front of your very eyes. You can switch off a television or even look away for a few minutes, but in theatre your eyes cannot help but remain peeled to the stage leaving you squirming in your seat with every fright that is eagerly waiting ahead.

It tells a tale of a lawyer obsessed with a curse that he believes has been cast over him and his family with the haunting spectre of The Woman in Black. He engages a sceptical young actor to help him tell his terrifying story in attempts to exorcise the very fear that grips his soul. As with all storytelling, it starts off innocently but the further the duo dive deep into the unsettling dark memories of the infamous spectre, borders between reality and the world beyond begin to blur. Before they know it, they find themselves caught up in eerie marshes, moaning winds and flesh begins to creep with an all too familiar presence…

This eerie stage spectacle combines the power and intensity of live theatre with a cinematic quality inspired by the world of film noir. The perfect formula for a hair raising, unsettling atmosphere into the world of the, sometimes, unseen.

Robert Goodale stars as Lawyer Arthur Kipps alongside Daniel Easton as The Actor.

The Woman in Black is directed by Robin Herford, with designs by Michael Holt and lighting by Kevin Sleep.

“The most brilliantly effective spine-chiller you will ever encounter” – DAILY TELEGRAPH

“A ghost play guaranteed to send shivers down your spine” – NEIL NORMAN, DAILY EXPRESS 2018

All You Need to Know!

Venue: The Alexandra, Birmingham, Suffolk Queensway, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 4DS

Opening Night will take place on Tuesday 31 March 2020
Final Performance will be Saturday 4 April 2020
Running Time:
2 hours incl. interval
Age guidance 12+

Purchase your tickets here!

Parking at its Best!

After such a terrifying show, you’d at least want to park somewhere comfortable, convenient and friendly. We can tell you for sure, there’s no hidden scares at B4 Car Park!

We’re only a leisurely 13 minute walk away from The Alexandra and along the way you’ll get the chance to indulge in the aromas of some of Birmingham’s best bars, restaurants and cafes. By the time you take your seat, you’ll have calmed your nerves but not with the horror that lies ahead…but with the only friendly thought remaining, knowing that you will miss the traffic after the event too!

That’s got to count for something?!

Cheaper parking every day of the week
Everyone is welcome at B4, but if you sign-up for FREE membership you can enjoy 20% off the standard tariff from Monday to Friday and HALF PRICE parking at weekends! Yes, that’s right!  A HUGE 50% off the standard tariff is available to members on Saturdays and Sundays.

If you’re planning to stay as close by as possible and are checking into any one of the hotels below while parking with us, make sure you pick up a Hotel voucher for B4 Parking to get 55% off your parking stay!

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