Theatre Breaks to see An Inspector Calls
The National Theatre’s production of JB Priestley’s An Inspector Calls returned to the West End with An Inspector Calls ticket and hotel packages available to the end of Marrch 2017.
Director Stephen Daldry, well known for his award winning films Billy Elliot and The Reader, brought his eagerly anticipated version of the play to the Playhouse Theatre and its proved an outstanding hit.
This production of An Inspector Calls has won a total of four Tony Awards and three Oliviers since its inception in 1992 and will celebrate the 25th anniversary of its first staging at the National Theatre during its run to March 2017.
A haunting thriller, an Inspector calls unexpectedly during dinner at the wealthy Birling family home. Having toasted their daughter’s engagement the Birling’s celebratory mood is shattered as the inspector conducts his investigation into the death of a young woman.
Theatre : The Playhouse, Northumberland Avenue, London WC2N 5DE
Nearest Tube Stations: Embankment and Charing Cross
Opened: 10th November 2016
Closed : 25th March 2017 – no longer booking
Performance Times: Tuesday to Saturday at 1930; Wednesday and Thursday at 1430; Saturday at 1500