J. B. Priestley’s 1945 play ‘An Inspector Calls’ opens with Inspector Goole approaching the well-to-do Birling family about the death of a working-class woman. Bringing an abrupt halt to their celebrations at home, Goole shares startling revelations that challenge not only the family’s foundations but the audience's principals.
Set at the end of the First World War, this classic drawing-room theatre was a resounding critique of bourgeois society. The adaptation is directed by multi-award winner Patrick Sandford and stars the cast of London’s West End, RSC and National Theatre professionals.
Don't miss its UAE debut this September at The Junction, an independent performance venue in Alserkal Avenue.
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