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400 Years of Newgate Prison and The Old Bailey
Monday to Wednesday 11th – 12th March 2019 (3 Nights)

Supporting The Sheriffs’ & Recorder’s Fund helping ex-Offenders and PAN Intercultural Arts helping victims of Human Trafficking

Back in No. 1 Court, Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey, London EC4M 7EH

Choice of three performances

  • 6:00pm Arrival, increased security
  • 6:15pm drinks reception Great Hall
  • 7:00pm performance in No.1 Court
  • 8:30pm conclusion

This is the fifth-year performance of Strictly Trial and Error’ the ever-popular theatrical fundraising Revue for the benefit of the Sheriffs’ & Record’s Fund (supporting ex-Offenders) and Pan Intercultural Arts (supporting rescued victims of trafficking).

The Shows are being organised for the 3 nights of Mon-Wed 12th-14th March 2018 at the Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey.  A sparkling wine reception at 6:15pm in the Grand Hall is followed by the show.  Tickets are £65 each, or Dock & Witness Box £95 each. Available to book now:

Booking Form

The production is again devised by His Honour Peter Rook QC, directed by Ellis Sareen and performed by a cast of characters from the Bar, Judiciary and the City civic.  Musical Director Colin Sell.

In aid of The Sheriffs’ & Recorder’s Fund and PAN Intercultural Arts.  Founded in 1808, The Sheriffs’ & Recorder’s Fund gives small grants to ex-prisoners and their families
in London, to help them stop offending and start a new life. PAN is a charity supporting people of all cultures and religions who are in need, through workshops and performances. PAN projects include a Refugee Arts Programme, an Arts Against Violence Programme and an International Theatre for Development Programme.

This Production is supported by the Criminal Bar Association



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