The famous National Theatre Production of An Inspector Calls will be touring again in 2018 and beyond. An Inspector Calls
“Winner of more awards than any other production in history-theatrical perfection-I never tire of watching it, partly because it looks astounding-breathtaking visual invention and passionate moral urgency” The Telegraph
“As thrillingly fresh and disconcerting as when it was first minted.”- The Independent
“Thrilling and pertinent theatre – a marvellous emotional and intelligent evening” –The Guardian
“Thrilling.Don’t dare miss it!”- The Daily Mail
” An epic for our epoch, a thrillingly physical piece of theatre – with the power to stir the heart as much as the mind” – Evening Standard
Publishers Great Northern are re-releasing limited editions on Hardbacks of some of the best loved novels including The Good Companions, Bright Day and Lost Empires.
Visit Great Northern Books J.B.Priestley
Produced by Roundabout Theatre Company, the first ever revival of Time and The Conways on Broadway since the original run in 1938 , will open at the American Airlines Theatre with previews from the 14th September 2017 and run until 26 November. It stars Elizabeth McGovern , best known recently for her role in Downton Abbey. ‘ Freshly Gripping‘- The New York Times. Visit Roundabout Theatre
The Northern Broadside production of When We Are Married that toured England in 2016 proved to be a great success playing to full theatres and attracting much praise. See some of the reviews here Northern Broadsides reviews
“Northern Broadsides and York Theatre Royal have done an incredible job of producing JB Priestley’s classic comedy When We Are Married…the production team and Director Barrie Rutter manage to make the play’s messages relevant to today’s society. ..The cast are superb” – State of the Arts
Originally a novel published in 1927 , then produced as the 1932 classic film ‘The Old Dark House’ , Benighted has been adapted for the stage by Duncan Gates for a limited run at the Red Lion Theatre.
For details and tickets visit The Old Red Lion Theatre
London Time Out: ‘Four Stars’ – “A chilling new stage adaptation of JB Priestley’s horror novel”
The Guardian: “JB Priestley works enjoy remarkable renaissance”