The Crucible - Arthur Miller's play on human rights themes
The Kings School Chester (easily accessible from Wrexham too) are staging Arthur Miller's 'The Crucible' on4-9 March. The school have offered to advertise the Amnesty group at the play, which seems a great idea, and it might be good if anyone is interested in going along and seeing the play. I would be happy to attend so let me know if you'd like to come.
Arthur Miller himself made reference to the play's relevance to modern day human rights struggles http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/3182451.stm
Here's the message from the school:
Performances are to take place from 4th to 9th March at 7.30 p.m. each night, with an estimated curtain down time of 9.40 p.m. including an interval of fifteen minutes. Tickets cost £3 each and are unallocated - although this shouldn't be a problem, as seating in the recently-refurbished Vanbrugh Theatre is raked. Should any members wish to attend, tickets can be obtained via the School website ( www.kingschester.co.uk) or by telephone on 01244 689527 or by contacting annmariemcmahonATkingschesterDOTcoDOTuk. There is ample parking space at the School, which is situated on Wrexham Road, Chester - postcode for satnav: CH4 7QL.