When: SAT 17/8
At Arts Theatre, 53 Angas Street, Adelaide
In April 1912, wealthy mill-owner and politician Arthur Billing and his family are celebrating the engagement of their daughter Sheila to Gerald Croft, the son of a competitor. Arthur’s son Eric, has an obvious drinking problem. After dinner, Arthur speaks about the importance of self-reliance, his approaching knighthood, and about how "a man has to look after himself and his own." Inspector Goole arrives, interrupting the evening and proceeds to make a number of assertions about the actions of various members of the family and implying that each had a role in a young woman’s death.
This well-known play, written by J.B Priestly, will be directed for Therry Dramatic Society by Angela Short.
Ticket price $18 each for group of 10. Otherwise $24 each. Help make up the numbers. You can look forward to a well-acted production and the play always makes for good entertainment. Invite family and friends along.
Collect tickets at theatre. Dinner at 6 pm, Saracen’s Head Hotel,82 Carrington Street, Adelaide.