ABOUT THE PLAY - An Inspector Calls:
The Birling family are toasting the engagement of their daughter, when the happy occasion is suddenly and unexpectedly interrupted by the arrival of a stranger at the door. An Inspector has called to investigate the tragic death of a young woman. A suicide, or so it would seem...
As the mysterious Inspector Goole interrogates each member of this affluent family he uncovers their connections to this tragic young woman's death.
Stripping away layer upon layer of deceit he exposes the lies that infect this seemingly respectable family and reveals the deeply entrenched hypocrisy at the heart of Edwardian society.
An Inspector Calls is J.B. Priestley's most famous work. It has been produced on stage, radio, television and in film numerous times since it was first performed in the UK in 1946.
Directed by David Thacker.
Bolton Octagon - 5 September - 5 October
HOW TO ENTER:
To WIN one pair of tickets for An Inspector Calls at the Bolton Octagon for any performance (apart from Saturdays) from 5 September - 5 October, just answer this simple question: When was the play first staged?
and send your answer, name and address in an email to [email protected] making the subject heading Inspector comp by the closing date on Thurs, 29th August at 12pm.
Terms and Conditions:
Please include your name address as you will be sent a voucher to use for any performance of your choice, apart from Saturdays. But, please note this is subject to availability, so have a few dates in mind when booking. Tickets cannot be exchanged for any production at the Octagon. Only one entry per household/email account please, as multiple entries/spammers will be deleted. Also, please ensure that you are free to attend between 5 September - 5th October (Sats excluded) before entering, as we cannot offer alternatives, should your plans change. Travel is not provided and please note seating could be anywhere in the auditorium and we are not provided with these details in advance. The winner will be emailed.
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