by JB Priestley April 1951
Priestley's classic play of the believable middle-class Yorkshire family called to account for its moral crimes by the enigmatic
Inspector Goole stands as a metaphor for our own failure to accept our responsibility to others.
Stunningly revived by the Royal National Theatre in 1992, the production transferred to the West End the following year.
Fast forward to see photographs of the 1995 production in the EPPIC Theatre