After completing a sell out season at the Novello Theatre on 14th November, An Inspector Calls will transfer to the Wyndham’s Theatre on 3rd December.
Cast includes: Sandra Duncan, Marianne Oldham, David Roper, Diana Payne Myers, Timothy Watson, Robin Whiting and Nicholas Woodeson.
From the Oscar nominated Director of The Reader, The Hours and Billy Elliot comes the multi award-winning West End and Broadway production of J. B. Priestley’s classic thriller An Inspector Calls.
The story begins with the mysterious Inspector Goole arriving unexpectedly at the prosperous Birling family home. Their peaceful dinner party is shattered by his investigations into their involvement in the death of a young woman whom each of them in turn has exploited.
Stephen Daldry’s production of J. B. Priestley’s An Inspector Calls is without doubt one of the most outstanding theatrical events of our generation. Winner of 19 major awards, it opened at the National Theatre in 1992, transferring to the West End for two years before going on an extensive international tour including Australia and New York (Broadway). The last West End production ran for 8 years and the show has enjoyed a number of major UK tours.
Book Tickets for An Inspector Calls at Wyndham’s Theatre
Stephen Daldry’s production of An Inspector Calls, which returned to the West End in September for a limited run at the Novello theatre, is to move at the Wyndham’s theatre from 3 December 2009.
From the Oscar nominated Director of The Reader, The Hours and one of Britain’s best-loved films Billy Elliot – now an Olivier Award-winning musical – comes the magnificent West End and Broadway production of JB Priestley’s classic thriller, An Inspector Calls.
Hailed as the theatrical event of our generation winning more awards than any other play in history, this landmark production has thrilled audiences across the world with its epic and wildly imaginative staging, raw emotion, evocative score, lashing rain and chilling suspense.
When Inspector Goole arrives unexpectedly at the prosperous Birling family home, their peaceful dinner party is shattered by his investigations into the death of a young woman. His startling revelations shake the very foundations of their lives and challenge us all to examine our consciences.
“A thrilling piece of theatre which must be seen… Don’t dare miss it” Daily Mail.
“A thrilling, magisterial production” Sunday Times.
“Outstanding. A work of great directorial daring, breathtaking visual invention and passionate moral urgency”