Directed by Jacqui Audrain and performed in the beautiful surroundings of Samarès Manor.

Arthur Miller’s play is a modern American classic. It reflects his reaction to how the House of Un-American Activities Committee operated during the McCarthyism of the 1950’s. Its key themes of race, gender, sex and the struggle of the individual against society provides an ever-recurring relevance to each decade, explaining how it remains as one of the most performed plays of modern times.

Bring a picnic or book a pre show dinner at the Herb Garden Cafe.