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, a tense courtroom drama with a difference - the audience are the jury. Did Dr Sherwood murder his wife? Was Jennifer Mitchell his mistress? Which of his alibis should you believe? Once the decision is made the play continues with one of two different endings, depending on the verdict. Only then will you finally discover the truth.Performers Jeffrey Archer (Dr Patrick Sherwood), Edward Petherbridge (Sir James Barrington QC), Tony Britton (Mr Justice Cartwright), Edward de Souza (The Jury Baliff), Emma Davies (Jennifer Mitchell), David Collings, Douglas Fielding, Neil France, Richard Hodder, Dominic Kemp, Madhav Sharma, Gary Taylor, Janet Wantling, David Weston.
Book by Jeffrey Archer. Producer Lee Menzies. Director Val May. Design Simon Higlett. Lighting Vince Herbert. Sound Frank Bradley.
USER (11Jan01): Loved it! This is great entertainemnet, and the most fun Ive had in the West end for ages. Dont listen to the reviews, this is def one to see, and it is only on for 12 weeks.
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