"Superbly tense. Breathtakingly daring and faultless execution" DAILY TELEGRAPH

"Did any stage-revival in the Nineties take more risks, cause more jaws to drop or do more to shake people awake to the transformative power of theatre than Stephen Daldry’s radical re-visioning of J B Priestley’s An Inspector Calls? Yet here it is again, after all the awards and transfers and tours, back in town for an eight-week run, and it has pulled off another knock-out surprise."

"Ever-green fresh. No other revival in this decade has come close to matching its breath-taking daring and faultless execution."

"This Inspector has triumphed over time."