Palace Theatre, Alcester Street, Redditch, Worcestershire B98 8AE
Performance Times:Wednesday 9th – Thursday 10th October 10.00 AM & 1 PM
Friday 11th October 7.30 PM
AN INSPECTOR CALLS
The Birling family are toasting the engagement of their daughter, when the joyous occasion is suddenly and un, expectedly interrupted by the arrival of a stranger at the door. An Inspector has called to investigate the tragic death of a young woman. A suicide, or so it would seem…
As the mysterious Inspector Goole questions each member of this affluent family he discovers their links to this tragic young woman’s death.
Peeling away layer upon layer of deceit he exposes the lies that infect this seemingly respectable family and reveals the deeply entrenched hypocrisy at the heart of Edwardian society.
An Inspector Calls is J.B. Priestley’s most famous work. It has been produced on stage, radio, television and in film numerous times since it was first performed in the UK in 1946.
TICKETS £11.00 & £7.00 (disc)
School Rate: £7.00 ( one free teacher with every 10 seats purchased)
Age: Suitable for age 13+
An amateur production by arrangement with Samuel French Ltd
Please Note: All tickets are subject to a 75p booking fee up to a maximum of £3.00
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