By J B Priestley

Directed by Angela Short

Thursday, 15 to Saturday 17 August at 8 pm

Wednesday, 21 to Saturday 24 August at 8 pm

Matinees both Saturdays at 2 pm

Preview ($10) Wednesday, 14 August at 8 pm

In April 1912, wealth mill-owner and politician Arthur Birling and his family are celebrating the engagement of their daughter Sheila to Gerald Croft, the son of a competitor. Arthur’s son Eric, has an obvious drinking problem. After dinner, Arthur speaks about the importance of self-reliance, his approaching knighthood, and about how "a man has to look after himself and his own."   Inspector Goole arrives, interrupting the evening and proceeds to make a number of assertions about the actions of various members of the family and implying that each had a role in a young woman’s death.

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