14th - 18th July
Wednesday – Saturday at 7.30pm | Sunday at 4.00pm
Three strange people, two men and a woman, arrive in a house where they are obviously expected. Who are they? They talk about crime. Are they criminals? The woman talks a lot about sex, what dubious business is she in? A play about the act of judging: can it be separated from the character and past of who sits in judgment?
Following the success of the Corinne Burton Memorial Trust’s earlier stage productions, at the Tricycle Theatre, Twelve Angry Men, Inherit the Wind, To Kill a Mockingbird and Judgment at Nuremberg, the Trustees will now present the first ever London production of John Mortimer’s Naked Justice at Upstairs at the Gatehouse in Highgate Village, N6 4BD.
The play is directed by Alexander Lass and performed by a cast of barristers, solicitors and a High Court Judge – starring Grahame Gordon and Sir Michael Burton. The professional creative team led by director Alexander Lass, with design by Isabella Van Braeckel and lighting and sound design by Steve Taylor.
Other members of the cast are: Stephen Boyd, Laurence Brass, Peter Feldschreiber, Steven Fogel, Colin Manning, Bayo Randle, Bonnie Taylor, Sandra Villani and Victor Wasserberg.
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