A witch hunt is beginning in Salem.
Raised to be seen and not heard, a group of young women suddenly find their words have a terrible power.
As a climate of fear spreads through the community, private vendettas fuel public accusations and soon the truth itself is on trial.
Arthur Miller’s gripping parable of power and its abuse returns in an urgent new staging by director Lyndsey Turner (Under Milk Wood, Top Girls). Brendan Cowell (Yerma) make his National Theatre debut as John Proctor alongside Erin Doherty (The Crown, My Name is Rachel Corrie) playing the role of Abigail.
Gripping revival of Arthur Miller’s masterpiece speaks to us with urgent force
Lyndsey Turner unleashes the full dramatic power of Arthur Miller's masterpiece
Visually stunning revival of Miller's classic drama
Full of good ideas and atmospheric flourishes
A powerful and provocative production
Erin Doherty lights up the stage in this fresh revival
It's wonderful to see an ensemble of this quality assembled
A clever revival that shows the perils of self-righteousness
Brimming with thought-provoking commentary and stunning visuals
An assured revival
Erin Doherty is a convincingly frenzied ringleader
Date & time
Captioned: Sat 8 Oct, 2pm, Fri 14 Oct & Tue 1 Nov, 7.30pm
Audio-described & Touch Tour: Thu 13 Oct, 6pm & Sat 22 Oct, 12.30pm
Relaxed Environment: Sat 29 Oct, 2pm