An Inspector Calls
Who killed Eva Smith? Was it you? Without meaning to? What you do. What you don’t do. It all matters… The wealthy Birling family are sitting down at dinner when a policeman knocks at the door. He wants to question them about the suicide of Eva Smith: a penniless working-class girl. Naturally, the Birlings are outraged. Her death has nothing to do with them, surely? But the inspector thinks otherwise. That’s An Inspector Calls: a truly disturbing look at poverty and guilt that will make you reconsider every tiny action. Here J.B. Priestley’s masterpiece is joined by three other powerful plays – Time and the Conways, I Have Been Here Before and The Linden Tree.
• Four utterly classic plays by literary icon J.B. Priestley
• Powerful themes of justice, fate, time, free will and war
• Radical writing full of keen relevance for the 21st century
• Perfect for reading, group discussion and performance