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16 July, 2019 09:13:04 AM
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Four-day show of ‘An Inspector Calls’ concludes today

Final show at Mahila Samiti this evening
DL DESK, DHAKA
Four-day show of ‘An Inspector Calls’ concludes today
A scene from the play ‘An Inspector Calls’. Photo : Courtesy

Four-day staging of ‘An Inspector Calls’, a Bengali adaptation of JB Priestley’s renowned play with the same name, will conclude today. The final show of the play will be staged at 7:30pm at the Nilima Ibrahim Auditorium of Bangladesh Mahila Samiti in the capital’s Baily Road area.

Produced by Jatrik Productions, the play is adapted and directed by Naila Azad, a renowned theatre activist, director and actor.

‘An inspector calls’, written in 1945, is a mid-20th-century classic drama which was originally premiered in Moscow, the Soviet Union in 1945. In the past 70+ years, this drama has been staged in many countries and have been popular in the UK, US, Russia, German. The play is about a police inspector who tries to solve a Murder case of a young factory worker by interrogating a wealthy English family about their involvement and responsibilities.

This production was first staged at the Gulshan Club in May 2016. Jatrik Productions, with the support of Dove, brought back the show with a new cast and crew to give the audience a spectacular piece of theatre at the same venue last year.

The cast of the play includes Baizid Haque Joardar, Iresh Zaker, Mitul Mahmud, Priyam Sarker, Samina Luthfa, Shakil Ahmed, Toufikul Islam Emon and Wasi Noor Azam.

The price of the tickets for this play are Silver- TK100, Gold- TK200, VIP- TK300, Special VIP- TK 500, while the students (with valid ID card) will get a special discount on all tickets.

BK

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