All My Sons

15 May 2014 - 07 June 2014

By Arthur Miller

I know you're no worse than most men but I thought you were better. I never saw you as a man. I saw you as my father

All My Sons established Arthur Miller as one of the greatest playwrights of the 20th Century.

Set on an idyllic summer's day in Joe and Kate Keller’s backyard, thoughts turn to their youngest son who was missing in action in WWII. Yet as they remember, a visitor arrives to reveal a secret - a secret which is to strike at the heart of the Kellers’ family life.

Sunday Times

“The plot unfolds with a gripping relentlessness, one electrifying scene after another, and performances to match.”

“One of Arthur Miller’s masterpieces, its dramatic intensity (is) only heightened by the amphitheatrical feel of the setting.


"A thrilling revival of a stirring play that should be on anyone's to do list this summer. Tom Mannion - utterly believable as Joe – helms a strong cast including a show-stealing performance from Amy Nuttall."


"As darkness falls in the Park and the Ibsenite chickens come home to roost, the intensity builds to a properly shattering climax. The superb Brid Brennan haunts and terrifies…her performance makes you shiver more than the night air"


"It effectively exposes Miller’s bitter theme of man’s ability to betray his fellow in a crisis, the indifferent sky above, looking down on both us and the stage, exacerbating our sense of the universality of this truth."

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