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Classic family drama from the author of An Inspector Calls. It is 1919 and Mrs Conway, an easy going widow, and her daughters are enjoying a life filled with entertaining, laughter and young men. All have high spirits and high hopes for the future. But eighteen years later the optimistic aftermath of the first world war has faded and things have progressed not necessarily according to their rose tinted predictions. One of J B Priestley's finest plays, 'Time and the Conways' questions the concept of time, destiny and predestination.Performers Adrian Scarborough (Ernest Beevers), Francesca Annis (Mrs Conway), Mark Dexter, Lisa Jackson, Lydia Leonard, Hattie Morahan, Alistair Petrie, Paul Ready, Fenella Woolgar.
Author J B Priestley. Producer National Theatre. Director Rupert Goold. Design Laura Hopkins. Lighting Mark Henderson. Music Adam Cork. Sound Adam Cork.
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