"The production grips and dazzles. Nerve-shreddingly exciting. Still heart-thumpingly thrilling." THE TIMES
'Stephen Daldry’s extraordinary reinvention of J. B. Priestley’s classic has lost none of its fierce pertinence. More than 15 years after its first appearance at the National Theatre in 1992, it’s still heart-thumpingly thrilling.'
'The production grips and dazzles. Rain teems down; Stephen Warbeck’s music, thunderous with foreboding, is as nerve-shreddingly exciting as a Bernard Hermann score for a Hitchcock movie.'
'Ian MacNeil’s design is as impressive as ever, the cacophonous collapse of the Birling home as the family’s shameful secrets are exposed is a stunning coup de théâtre.'