Stunning version of The Crucible by Arthur Miller

Cavendish school pupils who took part in recent production of the Crucible

Cavendish school pupils who took part in recent production of the Crucible

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Students from Cavendish School presented a stunning, fast paced and chilling production of The Crucible, a play which American writer Arthur Miller created in 1953.

The Crucible, based upon the chilling Salem witch trials of 1692 and also inspired by the McCarthy hearings of the 1950s, was directed by Bruce Sibley and performed by pupils. The play was a great success and provided an evening of thrilling entertainment of tense and dark drama exploring the further recesses of human psyche and behaviour.