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Murmuring Judges archiveThe Law: It s there to protect the people. Isn t it? But who needs protecting from whom? In her first legal case, Irina is battling on every front. Sir Peter QC sees her as a woman first and a barrister second. For her client, she is the only way out. Can high moral principles be sustained in a fragmented system where everyone seems to end up compromising their beliefs? Hare s in-depth analysis of the ideals and failures of the criminal justice system uses humour and insight to make us question the very nature of justice in today s Britain. Murmuring Judges is a legal expression meaning to speak ill of the judiciary, an action which is still an offence in Scotland.
Performers Jack Sheppherd, Malcolm Storry, Carolyn Backhouse, Linda Broughton, John Hodgkinson, Paul Kemp, Timothy Kightly, Jonjo O'Neill, Sara Powell, Paul Raffield, Hugh Ross, Michael Wildman, Mary Wimbush, Darren Cheek, Alison Carney, Dominic Marsh, David Phelan, Guy Rhys, Michael Sadler.
Author David Hare. Producer Arcola Theatre. Director Jonathan Church. Director Rachel Kavanaugh. Design Ruarl Murchison. Lighting Nick Beadle. Music Matthew Scott.

Murmuring Judges

Murmuring Judges (Play) production archive for QTIX code T700189307. Details of all Murmuring Judges archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0902847793

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Birmingham Repertory Theatre
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