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Dangerous Corner, Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent

Writer: J.B Priestly Director: Michael Attenborough Reviewer: Matthew Bagnall   “Life’s got a lot of dangerous corners hasn’t it?” And so it proves in the UK tour of J.B Priestley’s first play. Priestly, perhaps most recognised for his play An Inspector Calls captures the audiences interest in another complex mystery, as we join seven upper class individuals facing the battle ...

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Time and The Conways – Nottingham Playhouse

Writer:J B Priestley Director:Fiona Buffini Reviewer:Phil Lowe Quite often in a theatre review the set, the lighting and the sound get the briefest of mentions in roughly the fourth paragraph down. It is almost as if, among the acting talent, they only had a marginal existence. Not so in this review. The set of Time and The Conways at Nottingham ...

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An Inspector Calls – Royal & Derngate Theatre, Northampton

Director: Stephen Daldry Writer: J.B. Priestley Reviewer: Sue Dixon [rating:3.5] Director Stephen Daldry is a renowned and celebrated director winning accolades for films such as The Readerand Billy Elliot. This production of An Inspector Calls represents the longest running play revival in history, having been seen by in excess of two million theatregoers worldwide. J B Priestley originally set this ...

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