Tuesday 27 October 2020

A ‘live murder trial’ is coming to Cheltenham

Experience what it’s like to sit on a jury in a murder trial, hearing debates, uncovering evidence and, ultimately, deciding on the defendant’s fate.

The Live Murder Trial is coming to Cheltenham for 2020, giving audiences the opportunity to experience what it’s like to sit on a jury in a murder trial.

Created alongside leading criminal barristers, the unique-sounding experience is heading to DoubleTree by Hilton Cheltenham on Sunday 5 April 2020, with tickets on sale now.

The brainchild of a former Dragon’s Den contestant, The Live Murder Trial uncovers the fictional case of the Brewer Brothers, two boys who went missing on boxing day 1993.

After their bodies were found, a man named Paul Sutton was charged with their murder – and now it’s in the jury’s hands to decide whether he’s innocent or guilty.

Hearing the case unfold before them, the jury will decide on the outcome, experiencing debates and courtroom drama over a two-course meal.

Ticket prices start at £61. For more information, call DoubleTree by Hilton Cheltenham on (01242) 222021.

© SoGlos
Tuesday 03 March 2020

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