The National Theatre's 1992 production of J B Priestly's classic thriller opened at the Playhouse Theatre, its current home, on Sept. 20. Previously, the play could be seen at the Garrick Theatre where it played for a run of almost six years.
Written in 1946, the drama takes us into the comfortable and complacent world of the Birling family who are disturbed during a celebration by the arrival of a mysterious police inspector. The production has won a total of nineteen awards in London and New York.
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