Exclusive first look: Stephen Daldry's An Inspector Calls

The revival of Stephen Daldry’s production of JB Priestley’s play opens in the West End this month

Production images have been released of Stephen Daldry's revival production of An Inspector Calls.

Daldry's show originally opened at the National Theatre in 1992 and then transferred to the West End in 1995 where it ran for six years. It returned to the Novello in 2010 for a limited season. This run opens on 10 November at the Playhouse Theatre with a cast including Clive Francis, Barbara Marten and Liam Brennan.

JB Priestley's play debuted in the West End in 1946 and focuses on a family home where a dinner party is interrupted by the investigation into the death of a young woman.

This production features designs from Ian MacNeil, lighting from Rick Fisher and music from Stephen Warbeck.

An Inspector Calls is in previews at the Playhouse Theatre and opens on 10 November, running until 4 February 2017.