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The Crucible
Thursday 15th 7.30pm and Friday 16th May 1.30pm + 7.30pm – Central Hall
£5 / £3 Concession

Written by the acclaimed playwright Arthur Miller, The Crucible is a powerful story of passion, jealousy, paranoia, betrayal and evil. Set in a small Puritan town in Massachusetts in 1692. Where life is dedicated to the service of God, several teenage girls are discovered in the woods and are accused of engaging in "The devil's" work. As time goes by the village becomes consumed by cries of witchcraft. One by one, the blameless victims of this mass hysteria are torn from their homes and families.

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