An Inspector Calls
The critically acclaimed National Theatre production of An Inspector Calls returns to London, arriving at the Playhouse Theatre on November 4th 2016. J.B. Priestley's play first appeared on the UK stage in 1946, telling the tale of a prosperous upper-middle class family who are investigated in relation to the murder of a young working class woman. The play was famously revived by Stephen Daldry in 1992, and has since been seen by 4 million people worldwide. Daldry, best known for directing the Oscar-nominated film Billy Elliot, is now bringing the show back to London to thrill West End theatre-goers once more.
- 4 November 2016
- 23 March 2017
- Performance Times
- Matinees: Wednesday and Thursday 2:30pm, Saturday 4pm
- Evenings: Tuesday to Saturday 7:30pm
- Running Time
- 1 hour 45 minutes
- Age Restrictions
- An Inspector Calls is not suitable for young children, due to mild adult themes.