An Inspector Calls is making its UAE debut this September

The play stars an international cast from London

An Inspector Calls is making its UAE debut this September

Calling all theatregoers.

J. B. Priestley’s “An Inspector Calls” is making its UAE debut this September at Dubai’s independent performance venue, The Junction.

The play, which was first performed in 1945, begins when the mysterious Inspector Goole unexpectedly calls on the wealthy Birling family to investigate the death of a young working-class woman.

His shocking revelations not only shake the very foundation of the Birling family’s lives but the play also challenges the audience to question their very own conscience.

Considered to be the one of the greatest plays in the twentieth century, this adaptation is directed by Patrick Sandford and will be performed by a stellar cast made up of professionals from London's West End, Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre.

You can catch this three-act drama from Tuesday September 10 until Thursday September 12 at 10.30am or 7.30pm and on Friday September 13 at either 3pm or 7.30pm, with tickets coming in at Dhs125.

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Dhs125. Sep 10-Sep 12 10.30am & 7.30pm, Sep 13 3pm & 7.30pm. Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz, www.thejunctiondubai.com (04 338 8525).

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