The West End transfer of Arthur Miller's parable about the Salem Witch Trials.
A group of teenage girls are caught dancing in the woods of Salem, Massachusetts, which is considered a sin in their 17th Century Puritan community. To avoid punishment, the girls accuse others in their town of witchcraft. As the situation spirals out of control, innocent people are sent to their deaths, and the town of Salem is consumed by paranoia.
Olivier Award-winner Lyndsey Turner directs this production, which ran at the National Theatre in late 2022, which serves as an allegory for McCarthyism and the dangers of mass hysteria and false accusations.