Image courtesy Dina Yates, Ian Callaway
Directed by Dina Yates and written at the very end of Ian Callaway's 25 years as a senior Crown Prosecutor in the criminal justice system, the play concentrates on the appearance of three specific defendants at a Magistrates court.
A waiting room sets the first scene where two feckless young men form an unlikely alliance with an older very well spoken, 'master of the criminal trade'.
From a waiting room to a courtroom to a drunken session in a graveyard!
Praised by Manchester Royal Exchange, for its 'clever writing and skilful humour', you are guaranteed to experience moments that will have you tittering in the aisles.
After all, a court simply isn't a court, unless there is a titter running round it!!
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Surbiton KT6 7SB
Performance days & times
Thursday ‑ 7‑30pm
Friday ‑ 7‑30pm
Saturday ‑ 7‑30pm
Maurice Melton Constable - Antony Dowd
Pete Melrose - Louis Segal
Isaac Ignatius Valentine - Pharjeon Hutchinson
Court Usher - Elaine Blackmore
Defence Lawyer - Polly King
Crown Prosecutor - Melanie Mortiboys
District Judge - Cynon Lewis
Author: Ian Callaway
Director: Dina Yates
Set designer: Leoni Amandin
Costume designer: Lucy Barton
Production: Dina Yates and Ian Callaway