An Inspector Calls set for triumphant return to Cambridge
- Credit: Photo by Mark Douet
An Inspector Calls is returning to Cambridge for a run of shows at the Arts Theatre this month.
The play, which was written at the end of the Second World War and set before the First, has been described as compelling and haunting.
An Inspector Calls was first produced by the National Theatre in 1992 and has won 19 major awards, more than any other stage play in history.
The play will be performed from Tuesday 6 to Saturday 10 October at 7.45pm.
There will also be 2.30pm performances on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Tickets, which range from £15-30 and are subject to an additional £3 booking fee per ticket, are available by calling the box office on 01223 503333 or visiting www.cambridgeartstheatre.com
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