Directed by Sean Turner
by Arthur Miller
Written to be an allegory for McCarthyism, 'The Crucible' is a dramatised and partially fictionalized story of the Salem witch trials in the Massachusetts Bay Colony during 1692/93.
About the play
Written in 1953 as a metaphor for McCarthyism, when the US government attempted a ‘witch hunt’ to ostracise communists, the Crucible is a dramatized account of the Salem Witch Trials of the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1692/93. The first production won the Tony Award for Best Play and has since become a classic and central work of American drama.
Dates and Tickets Prices
Online advance booking price: £7.50
On the door: £10.00
Doors usually open 10/15 minutes before
- 21st June at 7.30pm
- 22nd June at 7.30pm
- 23rd June at 7.30pm
- 24th June at 3.00pm
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