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TUE 27 – SAT 31 MAY 2025

PW Productions is delighted to announce the full cast for Stephen Daldry’s multi award-winning National Theatre production of JB Priestley’s AN INSPECTOR CALLS, playing at New Wimbledon Theatre from Tuesday 27 – Sat 31 May 2025 as part of a UK tour.

Tim Treloar will play Inspector Goole, alongside Jackie Morrison as Mrs Birling, Jeffrey Harmer as Mr Birling, Tom Chapman as Gerald Croft, Leona Allen as Sheila Birling, George Rowlands as Eric Birling and Alice Darling as Edna. Katy Dean, Michael Gukas, Pena Iiyambo, Simon Pothecary and Philip Stewart complete the cast.

Tim Treloar’s theatre credits include Richard II, Romeo and Juliet, and Hamlet, all at the RSC. His other theatre credits include Henry V at the National Theatre, Mountain Language at the Royal Court, Rose Rage at Theatre Royal Haymarket and King Lear and Twelfth Night at the Chichester Festival Theatre. Tim also appeared in Macbeth at the Chichester Festival Theatre, and when it transferred to the Gielgud Theatre in the West End and the Lyceum Theatre on Broadway.

Jackie Morrison’s theatre credits include the US and Canada Tour of The Last Ship, and West End productions of Dirty Dancing at the Dominion Theatre, and on a UK Tour, After Mrs Rochester at the Duke of York’s Theatre, When We Are Married at the Savoy Theatre and The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie at the Strand Theatre. Jackie’s other theatre credits include Coriolanus at the RSC, Oh What A Lovely War! at the National Theatre and The Roundhouse, Peribanez at the Young Vic, and Local Hero at the Chichester Festival Theatre.

Jeffrey Harmer returns to An Inspector Calls having played the role of Mr Birling during previous UK and USA tours. His other theatre credits include Bird Song for the Original Theatre Company, Fox on The Fairway, Donkey’s Years, Romeo & Juliet and As You Like It, all at Vienna’s English Theatre, Aladdin at the Alhambra Theatre, Bradford and an international tour of Mamma Mia!.

Tom Chapman’s theatre credits include The Box of Delights and Cymbeline at the RSC, and As You Like It, The Tempest, A Midsummer Night's Dream and Voices In The Dark, all at Shakespeare's Globe.

Leona Allen’s theatre credits include A Christmas Carol at Alexandra Palace and Nottingham Playhouse, The Meeting at Chichester Festival Theatre, Anansi The Spider, Christmas In The Sunshine and Girls Like That, all at the Unicorn Theatre, Pride and Prejudice at the Crucible and Sheffield Theatres, and UK Tours of After Birth and Holes.

George Rowlands returns to An Inspector Calls having previously played the role of Eric Birling during the 2022-23 UK and Ireland tour. George’s previous theatre credits include Parliament Square at The Unicorn Theatre, The Boy With The Bee Jar at The Hope Theatre, As You Like It at Garden Shakespeare and Macbeth at Bromley Churchill Studio.

Alice Darling graduated from The Scottish Institute of Theatre, Dance, Film and Television in 2022. During training, her credits included The Grain in the Blood, Twelfth Night, The Sweet Science of Bruising, and The Comedy of Errors. Since graduating she performed in Hamlet at the Edinburgh Festival.

When Inspector Goole arrives unexpectedly at the prosperous Birling family home, their peaceful dinner party is shattered by his investigations into the death of a young woman. His startling revelations shake the very foundations of their lives and challenge us all to examine our consciences.

More relevant now than ever, this is a must-see for a whole new generation.

Since 1992, Daldry’s seminal production of An Inspector Calls has won a total of 19 major awards, including four Tony Awards and three Olivier Awards, and has played to more than 5 million theatregoers worldwide.

Stephen Daldry is an award-winning Theatre, Film and Television Director & Producer. He has directed theatre productions for London's West End & New York's Broadway, including Billy Elliot, The Inhertiance & An Inspector Calls, winning multiple Olivier & Tony awards. His latest play Stranger Things: The First Shadow opened at London’s Phoenix Theatre in December 2023. Stephen has directed 6 feature films which have all been nominated for major industry awards. He served as Executive Producer on Netflix’s The Crown and directed the last episode. Stephen served as Producer on the opening & closing ceremonies for the London 2012 Olympics and was Artistic Director on Vogue World London in 2023.

Stephen is the Chairman of refugee arts charity Good Chance and was the director of their award-winning production The Jungle. He serves on the board of The Perlman Performing Arts Center in NY.

 All details in this article are correct at time of publishing and are subject to change


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