Set in a New York jury room on a hot afternoon in 1957, Reginald Rose's award-winning drama tells the story of 12 men who must decide on the guilt or innocence of a young juvenile, charged with the murder of his father.
Eleven feel the boy is guilty - one has reasonable doubt.
In a locked room with the weight of such responsibility, the integrity, humanity and the very essence of these 12 men will be tested beyond their individual limits.
As relevant today as it was when it was written, this powerful play sheds light on the American justice system and examines the intimate ways we relate to each other in our everyday lives.
- Friday 14 July 2017, 8pm
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