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by J.B. Priestley
Director Martin Matthews
that we are all responsible to each other in our lives was strikingly
displayed in this J B Priestley drama of class prejudice and hypocrisy.
It is set in early 1912 during a celebratory dinner party that is interrupted
by the arrival of a police inspector with life-shattering news.
Theatre boasted full houses last week when Wimborne Drama presented a
four-day run of the classic play An Inspector Calls. A number of
local schools including Corfe Hills and Queen Elizabeth's are studying
J.B. Priestley's challenge to our role and responsibilities in society
for this year's GCSE, and so there were many teenagers in the audience.
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