Priestly calls in Lismore

Aaron Van Dugteran plays an elegant Eric Birling in Lismore Theatre Companys latest production An Inspector Calls starting next Thursday.

The Lismore Theatre Companys next production is JB Priestlys 1945 classic An Inspector Calls.

Its a thriller that takes place in the dining room of well-heeled industrialist Arthur Birling during an engagement party. Set in 1910, its still relevant to our own time as it examines how people can unknowingly affect each others lives with their individual self-interest set against the values of caring and community. The family learns more than they want to know as the mysterious inspector questions them about the death of a girl they barely know.

An Inspector Calls will play a three-week season and opens next Thursday, March 15 and runs until Saturday, March 31, at the groovy Rochdale Theatre in Goonellabah.

Evening performances begin at 8pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday with a matinee on Saturday, March 24 at 2pm.

Tickets are $15/12 and available at Caddies Bean Shop in Carrington Street, Lismore or at the door.

Freebie: The Echo has two double passes to give away to some lucky theatre-loving reader for the preview night next Thursday, March 15. To go in the draw to win phone 6622 2888 next Monday, March 12, between 10.15 & 10.30am and tell us if 1945 was the year a) Madonna was born, b) World War II ended, c) John Howard became PM or d) Madonna turned 10.

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