An Inspector Calls opens at the Theater Royal Brighton

The production kicked off last night as part of their five-concert 30th anniversary tour at the Theater Royal Brighton.

Directed by Stephen Daldry, the play is based on the novel of the same name by JB Priestley.

Written at the end of World War II and set before World War I, An Inspector Calls sees the mysterious Inspector Goole make an unexpected visit to the home of the wealthy Birling family.

Their peaceful family dinner party is shattered by his investigation into the death of a young woman.

Stephen Daldry is now world-renowned as one of Britain’s leading theater and film directors and has been nominated for an Oscar for his films The Reader, The Hours, Billy Elliot and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. Recent work in West End theater includes David Hare’s Skylight at Wyndham’s Theater and Peter Morgan’s The Audience at the Apollo Theatre.

His multi-award-winning production of Billy Elliot The Musical ran at Victoria Palace for an incredible 11 years before embarking on a national tour.

An Inspector Calls can be seen at the Theater Royal Brighton until November 19. An Inspector Calls opens at the Theater Royal Brighton

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