Hampton and LEH Fourth Year students present Arthur Miller’s classic play The Crucible, set in the small Puritan community of Salem, Massachusetts. The Crucible re-imagines the brutal events which took place in 1692 and tells the story of how a hysterical mob of teenaged girls, led by charismatic and vengeful Abigail, are indulged by the Authorities of the Law in their accusations of witchcraft against those who have wronged them. It is Farmer, John Proctor, who attempts to expose the real nature of these lies through his knowledge of Abigail…
Miller’s timeless parable attacks the evils of mindless persecution and the terrifying power of false accusations.
Booking opens at 9.00am on Tuesday 15 January 2019.
The Hampton School Music Society invites you to join them once again for an evening of good music and food. The Jazz Band, Swing Band and other smaller ensembles will be playing.
Tickets including dinner: £16.
Tickets for Balcony seats without dinner: £5 (no concessions).
If your son is playing, he does not need a ticket.
Please note, tickets for this popular event sell out quickly. Ticket booking closes on 8 March 2019.
Seating and dietary/access requirements can be requested during the booking process.
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