The Crucible Drama

The Crucible

  • Start date

    Tuesday 28 March 2017

  • End date

    Saturday 01 April 2017

  • venue

    His Majesty's Theatre

  • time

    7.30pm | Matinee Thu 2pm & Sat 2.30pm

  • age

    Adults, Teens

  • price

    ★£32.50 - £18.50 inc. bf | Premium Seats £37.50 - £31.50 inc. bf

  • genre


When a group of young girls are discovered dancing in the woods trying to conjure spirits, the God-fearing people of a small New England town are told the devil and witchcraft is in their midst and must be rooted out at all costs. The town is quickly caught up in an unstoppable flow of paranoia, indictment and manipulation as personal grievances collide with lust and superstition creating a crucible of suspicion where no person is safe from its neighbour.

This bold new production of The Crucible starring Charlie Condou (Coronation Street), as the witch hunter, Reverend Hale and Victoria Yeates (Call the Midwife), the falsely accused Elizabeth Proctor, serves as a stark and chilling reminder of the frailty of reason in the face of hysteria and the terrifying power of false accusations.

The Crucible is an ageless allegory of morality, a scorching indictment of fanaticism, and the most powerful central work of American drama.

'See it' ★★★★★ Reviews Gate

'A timely and powerful production' ★★★★ The Stage

'An intensely gripping production' ★★★★ WhatsOnStage


Post-show Q&A Discussion | Thursday 30 March, 2pm matinee performance
Join cast members of The Crucible for a post-show Q&A discussion after the matinee performance on Thursday 30 March. The Q&A will begin approximately 5 minutes after curtain down and will last around 30mins. If you would like to stay then please make you way down to the front stalls at the end of the performance.

Schools and Outreach | APA Teachers Network
There are Creative Learning resources / opportunities available to support this production

Running time: 3 hours

Thursday 30 March, 7.30pm

Audio Described
Saturday 1 April, 2.30pm

Saturday 1 April, 2.30pm

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